The Sunflower, v.65, no.40 (March 17, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 17, 1961. - 6 pages

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Article(s): State aid express derailed Tuesday: 9-8 vote in Comm. kills bill -- Activities, high grade averages mark 5 outstanding senior men -- High school speech fair starts today -- Down again: Official WU enrollment figure set at 5,186 for semester -- SGA voting date change is approved -- Ancient heritage marks St. Patrick celebrations / Elvira O'Valenzuela -- Budgetary matters top lengthy SGA meeting / Jim Collier -- CAC plans picnic in Fairmount Park -- Editorial views: Better luck next time -- As an outsider: Dear John, we all thank you / Ron Smith -- Liberal Arts senior given 3-year fellowship to UCLA -- Business dean attends MSU law seminar -- Track team opens tomorrow at K-State -- Cage play ends: Rinks take intramural crown by rapping Spartans, 70-54 / Bob Young -- Roland Lakes selected for All-American grid tilt -- Part III. Academic cheating discussed / Alan D. Gow -- Budgetary matters top lengthy SGA meeting -- BA junior awarded $50
Photograph(s): The honor five: Five senior men were chosen as this year's Five. The men are Art Larson, president; Frank Vannerson, economics senior; Dennis Prouty, English senior; Lance Hayes, speech senior; and Bana Kartasasmita, secretary. / photo by Don Estes. p. 1 -- Carole Bratcher. p. 3 -- Intramural champs: Shown above are the seven members of the Rinks Intramural cage team who recently won the championship trophy. / photo by Don Estes. p. 4 -- SGA President Phil Saunsaucie (center, right) presided over Tuesday night's lengthy Congress meeting. Bob Cressler, proportional representative; (left), Carole Pierce, executive secretary; Myrna Schenck, SGA secretary; and Woody Thompson, vice president, are also pictured during the action. / photo by Don Estes. p. 6
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