The Sunflower, v.67, no.50 (May 3, 1963)

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1963-05-03
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.50, Wichita, Kansas, May 3, 1963. - 6 pages

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Article(s): School of Music to present annual spring choral concert -- League, labor support bill -- Student aid for merger in full swing -- Art directory lists WU department head -- Deadline set for Sunflower, Parnassus staff applicants -- Wichita phones ring -- Tickets available: CAC to host 'Four Preps' in 'Song-Fest' at Cotillion -- Editorial views: Election nears -- The readers speak / Jim Gaff, Frank E. Vopat -- Sunday open house planned by Sig Eps -- Speech awards to be given at banquet -- AF ROTC field day set for May 8 -- Registration forms ready for fall rush -- Foreign films to be shown at festival -- Debate squad attains distinction during year -- Chess club to sponsor tournament -- 2 attorneys to be featured on Ed-TV's 'Law in Society' -- Sports watch / Bob Lehman -- All-opponent team lists Stallworth -- Tennis team drops match / George Catt -- Staffer confesses life filled with fun, frolic / Bill Rapps -- Summer school to offer new library course -- Carlson to speak at WU breakfast -- Naval aviation team plans 3-day visit
Photograph(s): Practicing for the annual spring choral concert, to be presented at 8:15 pm today and tomorrow, are members of one of the six choruses involved. p. 1 -- Student volunteers do their part in the drive to make WU a state university. p. 1 -- Shocker netmen Chester Anderson and Phil Adrian shake hands with Oklahoma Staters Bob Foltz and Larry Cooley before competing against them last Tuesday in a doubles match. p. 5
"Staffer Tells All See Page 6"
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