The Sunflower, v.65, no.37 (March 7, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, March 7, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Habla Espanol?: Spanish Institute set for summer session -- 5 candidates vie for title of AF Queen of the ball -- Press Queen deadline set -- CHANGE opens drive -- Spaghetti dinner slated as Newman club fund raiser [sic] -- 11 students sign for '61 seminar -- Debaters notch win at Arizona U -- Local awards presented to BA seniors -- Insurance policies must be picked up -- Editorial views: Another trophy; what's in a name -- The readers speak: Class prexy urges political awareness / John Ritchey -- Kansas fossils being displayed -- University drama: 'Juno' average play -- Illinois bound: Army Blues to compete in Mid-west meet at IU / Elvira Valenzuela -- AWS cabinet position open -- YWCA to elect officers -- Center communique / Dave Davidson -- DDD's offer 2 scholarships -- 3 exhibits on display in CAC hall -- Existentialism talk set for UCF meet -- TGIF slated for CAC alibi complete with combo, drawing -- Rare volume given to WU library
Photograph(s): Queen of the ball: Vying for the AFROTC Queen of the Ball title are Judy Stevens, Susan Alexander, Mary Ridgway, Maureen Maloney and Judy Snapp. / photo by Don Estes. p. 1 -- Judy Wallace, Liberal Arts junior, and Marel Welsh, Education sophomore, pause to admire the trophy they won at the Desert Invitational Debate Tournament at University of Arizona. The coed team took first place in the women's division of the tourney. p. 1 -- "Tenshun"-Army Blues undergo a practice session in preparation for competition in the Mid-west Invitational Drill Meet, March 11, at the University of Illinois. The 35-member drill team will leave Thursday evening and return early Sunday evening. p. 3
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