The Sunflower, v.67, no.44 (April 5, 1963)

Loading...
Thumbnail Image
Issue Date
1963-04-05
Embargo End Date
Authors
Advisor
Citation

The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, April 5, 1963. - 4 pages

Abstract
Table of Content
Description
Images in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material held by University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives; processed by the University Libraries Technical Services. Please contact Special Collections at specialcollections@wichita.edu directly for help with low quality images.
Article(s): Voting in SGA election concludes today -- CAC proposal downed by members of SGA -- State merger election scheduled for May 14 -- Engineering open house begins today -- Coffee, dance, service project highlight Greek Week activities -- Easter convocation set for Tuesday -- Convo postponed -- Editorial views: Vote! -- Varsity-alum football clash set for tomorrow / Bob Lehman -- Tulsa hands Shockers second win of the season -- Around the campus -- National OK's full status for AISEC -- Dorsey band to highlight military ball -- Ed-TV programs to present scenes from play, Madrigals
Photograph(s): CUP party's slate proposes Tom Seigle for treasurer, Nancy Anderson for secretary, Jim Armour for vice-president, and Dave Pipkin for president. p. 1 -- Ballast candidates for the top four SGA offices are: Carol Campbell, treasurer; Janice Johansen, secretary; Dave Leach, president; and Dan Tontz, vice-president. p. 1 -- Kegling champs named: Winners in the men's and women's division of the CAC bowling tournament are awarded for their trophies by Ralph LaFever, director of CAC Recreation facilities, and Richard Wells, Marlboro representative. Wells congratulates Nancy Wilkerson, winner in the woman's division, as second place winner Billie Holley displays her trophy. Mr. LaFever shakes the hand of Thomas Myshka, winner in the men's division. Roth Christopherson was awarded the second place trophy. p. 3 -- Engineering students Jim Naylor and Bob Stratman make final adjustments on one of the School's computers to be displayed during the Open House today and tomorrow. p. 4
"WU Tennis Team Defeats Tulsa See Page 4"
DOI
Collections