The Sunflower, v.64, no.56 (May 20, 1960)

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1960-05-20
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.56, Wichita, Kansas, May 20, 1960. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Graduates to don caps, gowns June 5: Nearly 500 to hear prominent Wichitan -- New CAC snack bar planned -- Dr. Marsh to resign dean's post -- Summer term will feature wide program -- Cheerleaders to be elected -- Film festival slated tonight -- Pershing Rifles to participate in Armed Forces Day events -- Swan song / Betty Kirkendall -- Court decision opinion -- Only the beginning / Leroy Pitts -- Voice instructor to perform in Ohio, Texas summer stock -- AF commander selected -- Physics group installs officers -- AAUP elects Millett prexy -- Officers elected by debate group -- Students say paper fulfilling function -- Lectures, concerts set for summer -- 485 to graduate in June 5 exercises -- 'Lew' Olympic hopeful -- Netmen tie for 3rd -- Lt. Wahlberg to be frosh grid coach -- Faces red: Never underestimate a woman / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Shock talk / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Smith, Wilen top Keglers -- Paintings, pots, and people
Photograph(s): Discuss plans: Looking over plans for the new snack area, to be located in the basement of CAC, are Elden Pemberton, food services director; Amil Ablah, voluntary traffic control consultant; Uel C. Ramey, architect; William Glenn, CAC director and Allen Ahre, architect. p. 1 -- Talks to singer: Dean Hargrove, left, a member of the University Chorus, talks with Robert Rounseville noted singer, after 'Dream of Gerontius.' Rounseville was in the lead role of the production. p. 1 -- Lew Merriman. p. 6 -- Frosh half-miler: Archie San Romani placed second in the special half-mile event Saturday. Lew Merriman placed first to qualify for the Olympics. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 6
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