The Sunflower, v.65, no.54 (May 12, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.54, Wichita, Kansas, May 12, 1961. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Pep council election is protested -- MVC meets begin today -- Peace Corps executive to open Interfest -- Honors Convocation set in FAC today -- Birchers again topic of hot SGA squabble -- Ground broken for $1.6 million library -- AE senior places third in contest -- Pizza eating [illegible] -- Editorial views: Another historic vote -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- 4 outstanding films slated for annual festival Saturday -- Summer sojourn: Plans made by University students for river voyage to New Orleans -- Props needed for nearing Kansas story -- Speech awards presented to 3 -- WU artists works chosen for exhibit -- WU English teacher writes poem in 'Kansas Renaissance' -- Drake favored in MVC track carnival: Focus on Cinders. Cockreham, Buckley, McCarrier to carry WU hopes in MVC -- WU chances fair: Eagles top contenders in Valley golf tourney -- Shockers, Cincy top seeded as net tourney opens today / Bob Young -- Kansas U proves good tune-up for net team -- 9 AFROTC award winners formally decorated in parade -- '61 national convention for bands planned here
Photograph(s): Woody Thompson, SGA president, prepares to turn the first shovel of ground for the new $1.6 million library, during ceremonies Wednesday afternoon. Sidney Brick, Board of Regents chairman: Downing O'Harra, librarian; and Dr. Emory Lindquist, Dean of Faculties, were also present for the occasion. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Illegible caption of a woman sitting on grass reading a book. p. 1 -- Illegible caption of a man running on a track wearing shorts and a shirt that reads 'Wichita.' p. 4 -- Crack DU relayers: Shown above is the Drake relay personnel who are responsible for the 'favorites' role given to the Bulldogs tomorrow in the MVC track meet. From left to right are Lew Hutchinson, Ed [illegible], Charlie Durant, Don Corbin, and Larry Harmon. p. 4 -- Top doubles team: Ned Rousch, left, the Shocks no. 1 [illegible] and Gary Scott, right, No. 1 man, have teamed for a near perfect record (15-2) this season in doubles play that should seed them near the top in the Valley tennis play today and tomorrow. p. 4
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