The Sunflower, v.60, no.02 (September 20, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 20, 1955. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Real estate class opens at WU today -- Petition deadline set for Friday elections -- New building construction on schedule -- Former dean passes away in Missouri -- Engineers' council petitions available in office tomorrow -- WU council rules on tuition refunds -- Enrollment up to new high -- Parnassus staff opens job offers -- Pep council plans award for support -- Senior gets scholarship -- Shorts, lines, early classes impress Fulbright student / Ed Andreopoulos -- Track opens under Patton -- Shockers deadlocked in opener -- 'Utags big, aggressive' - Tillman: Titled 'world's fastest human' -- Old problem remains -- Marches 9 years: Band mascot now freshman -- Freshman lectures will be conducted -- Pronko, Leith plan lab test for disaster, panic reaction -- Exams extended to next semester -- Police seek clue to missing porker / Associated Press -- 'Mural meet set -- AKP plans second issue of directory -- Orchesis members select officers -- Men's dorm elects Hinman president -- Public to see WU students in night togs -- Percussion clinic held in Fiske Hall
Photograph(s): Finishing touches are being applied to the University Fieldhouse, which is now nearing completion. It will be in use for the coming basketball season. p. 1 -- The new Fine Arts building is beginning to assume more of its circular layout as work commences on the central portion. p. 1 -- [Hubert] Brozy. p. 1 -- Mel Patton. p. 2 -- Marcene Solomon. p. 3