The Sunflower, v.69, no.31 (February 16, 1965)

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1965-02-16
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, February 16, 1965. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Hundreds flock to KMEA Convention: Hear music concepts; hold business meeting -- Symphony concert slated -- Production started on spring plays -- Dave Stallworth story to be televised Feb. 18 -- Flu epidemic grips city classrooms -- CAC panel to be held noon today -- Shriver presents flag to Air Force ROTC -- Wichita student visits southern problem area / Mike Snyder -- University of today confusing / Collegiate Press Service -- Inside SGA: Traffic, elections at [word cut off] / Bill Rapps -- Royal run-around? -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Modern American composer to attend festival in spring -- Thompson, Reed prove boost to Shocker Five / Mike Hall -- Karras announces area recruits -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- NCAA regional tournament possibilities are emerging / Virgil Christianson -- Shocks win; Move closer to title
Photograph(s): KMEA Convention. Members examine musical instruments and music on display at the DFAC foyer during convention last week end. p. 1 -- KMUW-FM on the air. Jim La Casse, production manager, readies equipment prior to beginning KMUW's new Program, Campi Hour. Darrel Magee of the Campi 3 stands at left. p. 1 -- Flag presentation. Congressman Garner Shriver presents a flag that has flown over the Capitol to Cadet Col. Rudy Nydegger in ceremonies Thursday in Wilner Aud. p. 2
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