The Sunflower, v.66, no.44 (March 30, 1962)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, March 30, 1962. - 4 pages

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Article(s): PSP, Ballast reveal platform, aspirants -- Meager crowd greets Gov. Anderson here / Fran Smith -- Final 'board' lecturer's arrival due Wednesday -- Gala military ball planned for tonight -- 'U' band schedules concert -- '62 Interfest variety show 'shaping up' -- Political campaigns started; Opposing parties take stand / Don Dewitt -- Editorial views: With us, against us? -- To the editor: Self-deified profs accused of bigotry / Laurence A. Davis -- BB dance Monday -- 2 seniors win 'table tennis' tourney / Tom Mallisee -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Racquet team, tracksters post gains in spring sports -- 'Disaster' theme tops international talks -- '2-bit Flicks' show GI's during WWII -- N.Y. professor here Tuesday -- Debaters to challenge Hutch JuCo
Photograph(s): An important issue: Discussing the possibilities of University integration into the state system Wednesday night were from left, Merle Gates, Collegiate Republicans president; Gov. John Anderson, and President Harry Corbin. p. 1 -- Progressive students party candidates were announced late Wednesday for the upcoming SGA elections. Seated: Joyce Allegro, Barbara Hammond, Jim Allen. Standing, Sam Gill. p. 1 -- Russ Carlyle and his orchestra will provide the music and entertainment at the 36th annual Military Ball tonight at the Cotillion. p. 4
"Reed, Anderson Stands Reviewed See Page 2"
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