The Sunflower, v.68, no.40 (March 20, 1964)

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1964-03-20
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Cigarette smoking ban
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 20, 1964. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Concert scheduled for FAC Tuesday -- Award version of 'Hamlet' to be shown -- SGA to send proposal to Board of Regents -- Persian New Year party set -- President's emergency aid gets Board of Regent's OK -- Shock debaters to enter regionals -- Editorial views: Willful spring -- 'Fantasticks' scheduled by theater -- AMA endorsement causes University taboo on tobacco / Bill Rapps -- 4 students to attend conference -- Curriculum revised for aero engineering -- Easter vacation -- Scabbard and Blade selects officers -- Ballast party sets meeting for Sunday -- In the sportlight / Bill Mingle -- Shock golfers defeated here by Oklahoma -- Shocker basketball team to open against NSTC -- Northern University begins training its dorm staff -- Newman Club sets meeting for Sunday -- Bucknell University students to try new graduate plan -- CAC Barbers win first place honors -- 'Housing segregation' topic of 'Race, Reality' -- Junior wins design prize -- Pershing riflemen capture 1st in drill meet last week
Photograph(s): Debaters Bob Glenn, left, and Bill Balthrop, and Quincalee Brown, instructor, pictured here with trophies from recent debates, will leave soon for a national debate tournament in Ames, Iowa. p. 1 -- YWCA officers are, from top left, Linda Yarberry, Jerri Atherton, Janet Parish, and lower left, Nancy Elliot and Marilyn Minor. p. 2
"Pershing Riflemen Win First Place See Page 4"
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University of Wichita
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The Sunflower
v.68 no.40
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