The Sunflower, v.66, no.41 (March 20, 1962)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.41, Wichita, Kansas, March 20, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Engineer's [sic] to get ASME recognition -- Ciardi speaks Thursday as SFB's guest poet -- Ad club gives $300 grant -- SGA, court to discuss argument -- 2 foreign films scheduled: 'Disorder,' 'Russian Soldier' -- Dr. Taylor - professor, man of letters, author / Kaye Wilson -- Shottenkirk rites held here Saturday -- Miss Spring -- 6th regional science fair starts Friday -- Spotlight on campus: Ciardi 'Facts' disclosed / Dr. Walter Merrill -- The readers speak: Doubt sparks 'aid' of communist view / Fred B. Wallace; ISA's denounce 'KRAP' politicos / ISA Executive Council; 'Questioners' make prejudiced attack / Paul Humann; Parent replies to prior letter / Mona Kessinger -- People starve for arms / Betty Barwick -- Small world revisited / Grace Ann McIlvain -- Greek pledges become active as new initiates number 127 -- Campus capers / Susan Crane -- Offices filled in 2 elections by AWS, YW -- Annual Fine Arts festival begins Sunday -- M-Valley debates climax with tourney in Texas -- 5 'Belle' candidates vie -- 8 positions open -- '2-bit Flick' plans comedy by Hitchcock
Photograph(s): John Ciardi, poet, lecturer. p. 1 -- Dr. Ross Taylor, professional author. p. 1 -- Tomorrow, March 21, is the first day of spring. Dallas Crump, Liberal Arts sophomore and 1962 Press Queen, is shown enjoying the sunny weather. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Debators [sic] leave for tourney: The University debate team will leave for Austin, Texas tomorrow to complete in the annual MVC debate tourney. Last year's team won first place honors. Standing: Mike Russell and Dennis Smith. Seated: Judy Wallace and Bob Hunt. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 4
"Debaters Defend Championship Title See Page 4"
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The Sunflower
v.66 no.41
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