The Sunflower, v.66, no.51 (May 1, 1962)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.51, Wichita, Kansas, May 1, 1962. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Gamma Phis, Phi Delts, band take top honors -- 8 junior coeds named to Mortar Board group -- 27 newspaper, yearbook jobs now available -- Noted American conservative to address students, public -- 27 Newspaper, yearbook jobs now available -- Reel time slates music, art films -- 3rd art fair to commence here May 5 -- Speech dept. to present yearly honors -- Students file 'merger' group -- Editorial views: Black eye for WU -- From other campuses: Collegiate records declared personal -- Small world revisited / Art Larsen -- Time to test -- Campus capers / Kaye Wilson -- Five students get English fellowships -- Society honors 8 engineers -- $1,000 fellowship given instructor -- 8 Spanish school teachers selected to enter WU language institute -- 16th journalism banquet 'on tab' for May 11 in CAC
Photograph(s): Phi Delta Theta men were awarded first place with "Helen of Troy." Combining the ancient Troy tale and the back woods, the group utilized film portions to show a gun battle and woods scene. p. 1 -- Gamma Phi Beta women took top honors with 'The Unbelievables.' A take-off from The Untouchables, they looked at the University in the days of bathtub gin and flappers. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary band group, took first place honors in the Independent division of Hippodrome, 1962. The group played songs made famous by great bands such as Stan Kenton. p. 1 -- Spring and school can be combined and enjoyed as shown by (left) Jean Ann Stevens, John Nelson, and Al Matson. This trio was caught studying in front of the Commons Building. p. 4
"Summer Spanish Institute Scheduled See Page 4"
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