The Sunflower, v.67, no.06 (October 9, 1962)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 9, 1962 - 4 pages
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Article(s): Mass turnout expected for governor: Preparations underway for Friday -- Opera theatre cast told for 'LaBoheme' [sic] -- 'Montage' productions form corporation here -- Cincy snags Shocks 27-15 in 1st MVC gridiron match / Larry Dean -- ROTC group names staff -- SNEA to gather tomorrow in CAC -- German sociology professor joins WU staff for the year -- Demo meet scheduled -- Editorial views: Facts-not opinions -- SGA letter sent to MU student body -- The readers speak -- Angel Flight wins honor -- Speech membership drive to begin -- Scrooges and scrabblings / Gwen Vorderstrasse -- MENC holds annual drive -- University Art Department currently showing prints -- Newman Club to present 2nd lecture
Photograph(s): Hard at work on plans for Governor Anderson's visit are Nancy Anderson, of the State Merger Committee; Don Coulter, vice president of Collegiate Young Republicans; and Beth Miller. Standing are: Merle Gates, president of Collegiate Young Republicans; and Lois Simcox. p. 1 -- Dr. Karl Schlesier -- Last Saturday, 15 students of CAC International Students Club took a bus tour to the courthouse, Cowtown, and the Wichita Art Museum. Pictured from left to right are Norman Reiger, United States; Francis Wong, Taiwan; and Simon Mambali, Tanganyika. p. 1 -- Shown displaying the engraved falcon, mascot of the United States Air Force Academy, is Barbara Solter, Angel Flight Commander. p. 3 -- Art students and Kappa Pi members scrubbed and painted the interior while Marcia Curry, president of the art honorary, and Donald Smith, vice president, stand by. p. 4
"Art Prints on Display See Page 4"
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The Sunflower
v.67 no.6
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