The Sunflower, v.65, no.41 (March 21, 1961)

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1961-03-21
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.41, Wichita, Kansas, March 21, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Sunflower Press Queen named -- PAC to view Peace Corps -- CHANGE purposes outlined -- 175 prepsters compete in speech fair -- 12th annual concerto-aria held by music school tonight -- Theater comedy discussion slated -- 339 students selected for Dean's Honor Roll -- Military ball nears: Biggest affair on social calendar to be held at Cotillion Thursday -- Editorial views: Apathy strikes again!; Strike out apathy! -- The readers speak: Readers reflect views on Birchers / Roger Doyle, John Ritchey -- Anne Deschner named to top AWS position -- Military Ball goers faced with problem -- Women's new section: The social set / Linda Gummow -- 31 Beta's attend district meeting -- University women hold coffee -- Texas U physics prof begins lecture series -- Cast named for 3rd play of season -- Promotion party held for annual foreign festival
Photograph(s): Press Queen, 1961: Charlotte Vitz, Education junior, was chosen Press Queen Thursday night by members of the Sunflower staff. A member of Delta Gamma sorority, she was chosen from a group of seven finalists during a coffee in the CAC. p. 1 -- Featured attraction at the annual Military Ball this Thursday in the Cotillion Ballroom are the famous Four Lads. Also heading the lavish social affair will be Si Zentner and his 17-piece orchestra. p. 1 -- Anne Deschner, new AWS head. p. 3 -- Dr. Emmett L. Hudspeth. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.65 no.41
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