The Sunflower, v.65, no.53 (May 9, 1961)

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1961-05-09
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Dye, William H. H. , Alpha Chi Omega , Farnsworth, David N. (David Nelson), 1929-2020
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Article(s): Peace Corps brass to headline Interfest: Recruitment director to explain program -- 14 students to travel thru Europe -- New motion picture films highlight journalism day -- Publication forms due -- 7 honored at 8th annual speech awards banquet -- 'Singers' to make 3-day tour -- Editorial view: Another protest? -- University drama: 'Aunt' true stage experience -- Tri Delts 'Adopt' Alpha Chis as house addition is built / Sharon Monasmith -- WU prof urges long range research grants / AP -- Concert band plays tonight -- CAC to sponsor 2 feature events -- Theatre double-bill scheduled -- Leading Republican to speak here
Photograph(s): European tourists: Marty Limbird, Mike Paup, Dr. David Farnsworth, and Sandra Schenck discuss the itinerary for the upcoming European Seminar. The three students will participate in the 1961 tour of eight countries which Dr. Farnsworth will lead. / photo by Vaughn Sink. p. 1 -- Touring Madrigals: The sixteen member Madrigal Singers are shown during a practice session last week in preparation for a three-day Eastern Kansas tour that begins Wednesday. The select vocalists are under the direction of Bill Bush, instructor in voice performances are slated at Fort Scott, Topeka, Shawnee Mission, and Kansas City. p. 1 -- Operation Face Lift is now underway on the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house. The house will have new rooms, new paint and an over all new look after the addition is finished this summer. The right part of the house in the picture is the new addition which will be an extension of the chapter room. Also new will be a long front porch, a bay window, French doors, a patio and a new paint job on the trim. / photo by Vaughn Sink. p. 3
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.53, Wichita, Kansas, May 9, 1961. - 4 pages
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