The Sunflower, v.66, no.20 (November 21, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, November 21, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Mass exodus set for WU after classes -- Love, Robertson meet; Economic views differ / Jack Robbins -- Shocks get bowl invite despite loss -- At Vets Field: 'Battle' scheduled between Delta Upsilon, Beta Theta Pi -- Dining policy revisions underway; Pittser appalled at CAC conditions -- Editorial views: Kicks or knowledge? -- Texas U. students advance integration -- Hats off to YGOP's -- OSU, Emporia cop debate -- Military groups host party honoring Logopedics children -- In one ear / Janna Wassweiler -- Psychologist's pet: Blondie, performing pigeon, 'loves attention, hams it up' / Kaye Wilson -- WU faculty artists featured tonight in music concert -- Thompson to give new information on Library hours -- Local theatre to present Williams play -- Pre-registration announced; Scheduled December 7-20
Photograph(s): The economic philosophies of Liberalism vs. Conservativism were heard last Thursday night in Commons Auditorium in a debate between Robert D. Love (left) and Dr. Jack Robertson (right). p. 1 -- This twisting turkey finds it hard to relax under the scrutinizing eye of Jaque Scheer, University College freshman. p. 1 -- A royal pose is struck by Jerry Wilson, voted 'the Man We'd Like to Get Tangled With' by members of the Independent Students Association Friday night. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 3. -- Frosh gain: WU freshman quarterback Bill Gaines trys [sic] to shake loose from a Coffeyville JuCo tackler in action Friday at Veterans Field. p. 4
"Against Communist Speaker Bans See Page Two"
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