The Sunflower, v.68, no.47 (April 24, 1964)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.47, Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1964. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Ed-TV programs slated for weekend -- WSU pre-registration set to begin Monday -- Debate team wins 2nd in Winfield tourney -- New SGA members installed -- May dance scheduled for May 1 -- Six SGA posts now available -- Kansas College English Assn. to present 2 days of talks -- Editorial views: National recognition -- Farewell tea to honor professor of English -- Lindquists tour state -- New Wisconsin plan designed to lower cost, aid needy -- BSC slates noon day discussions -- Frat names new members, officers -- Tennis team to meet KU / Bill Rapps -- Double-header set tonight in baseball -- Cheer try-outs slated for May 6 -- Around the campus -- 16th annual Air Society conclave attended by University delegation -- Golfers top Emporia squad on Wednesday -- Simmons College to try program
Photograph(s): Dave Crockett, new president of the Student Government Association, receives some timely advice from Dean Josephine Fugate, faculty advisor to SGA. p. 1 -- Dave Leach, vacating the post of the Student Government Association, presents the gavel of office to Dave Crockett, recently elected president. p. 1 -- Dr. Richard Kennedy. p. 2 -- Varsity tennis players, from left, Phil Adrian, Chester Anderson, Van Thompson, Lin Harris, and Benny Anzola, practice serving in preparation for KU today and tomorrow. p. 3
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