The Sunflower, v.66, no.37 (March 6, 1962)

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1962-03-06
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, March 6, 1962. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Military pics Queen finalists -- NIT bound Shocks defeated by Tulsa -- 'Arms, Man' casting to be decided soon -- SGA agenda varied tonight -- Army names 10 cadets as commanders -- Business fraternity sponsors young president's luncheon -- Union local establishes grants here -- CAC fee, books, coffee clarified by fact sheet / George Catt -- Fine arts festival set by music school -- Reel features 'Town Follies' -- Editorial views: Erase stagnation -- The readers speak: fine enforcement facts 'clarified' / Ernie Halsig; University group 'refused service' / Charles A. Spears -- Small world revisited / Art Larsen -- Times and tides: PC expansion pondered / Betty Barwick -- Campus capers / Susan Crane -- Army Blues coeds await trip; Illinois site of annual contest -- Rare Psaltery folk concert slated Sunday -- Campus [illegible] as cultural [illegible] / Carol Chambers -- Finished by fall: Women, men dorm facilities expanding to meet growth
Photograph(s): Air Force Queen candidates: Finalists for the Military Ball are from left, Julie Wittmann, Lynn Kincheloe, Sue Ward, Nancy Anderson, Mary Ridgway, and Cappy Mayo. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Army Queen candidates: Finalists for ROTC are from left, Janet Pleasant, Dallas Crump, Terrie Grim, Vickie Wheeler, Mary Duerksen, and Pattie Johnson. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1
"Faculty Study Series Explained See Page 4"
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