The Sunflower, v.65, no.48 (April 21, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.48, Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1961. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Purposes of NAACP cited by city lawyer / Jim Collier -- 2-day Hippodrome will feature skits, awards: 13 groups enter skits -- Enrollment begins soon -- Eighth annual: Faculty, student compositions highlight music symposium -- 9 finalists selected by pep council -- Mortar Board 'Tapping' set for April 28 -- Interfest planned: 17 foreign nation exhibits include songs, dances, art -- Editorial views: Same song? -- Journalism field day date, plans finalized -- Collegiate bed rollers blossom / University Press Service -- CPA testing schedule set -- KDP plans initiation of 35 pledges -- Staff jobs available on Mikrokosmos -- WU track stars off to KU relays / Jim Collier -- Trotters, All-Stars clash here tonight -- Netters after 8th win in TU match tomorrow -- Shocker diamond crew downs Razorbacks here -- Stangarone moved to quarterback slot -- Defeat ridden WU golfers hope to improve on mark in Tulsa match tomorrow -- Lucas, MVC stars head 'all opponents' -- Math society to welcome 17 new members -- Play producers search for walk-ons -- Band concert slated Sunday -- Grad funds used to buy new books -- Phi Delts sponsor community service
Photograph(s): General chairman of Hippodrome this year is Bob Hunt [illegible] recently elected vice-president of SGA. Also helping coordinate the annual May Day event is David Davidson, program editor. p. 1 -- Star visits here: Stage and screen star Basil Rathbone made a short visit to campus Tuesday afternoon as a guest of Dr. David Foltz, head of the vocal department in the School of Music. He was in Wichita Monday as featured speaker before a downtown club and visited the University especially to hear the University Singers rehears "Brahms" for an upcoming Music Festival attraction. Mr. Rathbone, center, is shown chatting with Howard Solomon, left, graduate student, and Linda Palmer, right, Fine Arts senior. / photo by Vaughn Sink. p. 1 -- Walt Cockreham, javelin; Jerry Krauss, mile run; John McCarrier, shot put; Ray Wilson, 2-mile run; Phil Johnson, javelin. p. 4 -- Neil Roush, No. 1 netter; Norris Barker, always consistent. p. 5
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