The Sunflower, v.60, no.29 (January 31, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, January 31, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): New summer plans made -- Teacher placement available to seniors -- Teachers' training conference scheduled here for March 31 -- 3 library courses set for summer -- Frosh to go to academy -- Art exhibit this week -- Injured prof plans return -- 'Bicycle Thief' here Feb. 8 for film society showing -- Mother is a freshman: Sophomore enrolls parent at University -- Snow, blow slows work -- Dignity vs. Nicknames -- Romulo comments on Asian policy -- 'Familiar voices': Students work at station / Deloris Clem -- New foreign student enrolls to work for Master's degree -- 'Unseen friend': Department maintains campus -- Post fire rules for dormitories -- Valley leading Billikens meet Shockers Thursday -- Dons win 40, but 2 small colleges higher -- Varsity tennis, golf players called -- Audiences enthusiastically receive 'Rainmaker' here / Don Rude -- KMUW announces staff changes -- Prof urges speech for Kansas highs
Photograph(s): Degrees were awarded to four University women who were named recipients of the associate of applied science degree. Those who received it were, left to right, Mrs. Barbara Levy, Nancy Widiger, Mrs. Julia Ann Paul, and Marilyn Robb. The degree is granted after completion of 64 hours and 128 credit points in the department of secretarial training. p. 1 -- [David S.] Byrnes. p. 1 -- A word of advice is given by Bill Anderson, Liberal Arts sophomore, to his mother, Mrs. Thelma Anderson enrolled as a freshman in the College of Education this semester. Mrs. Anderson, who graduated high school in 1930, is attending college for the first time / Don Dalrymple. p. 1 -- Shocker cage hopes took a turn for the better in the last thee weeks with the return to form of Jim Strathe, aggressive Parsons, Kans., senior. Always rated high in Coach Ralph Miller's plans, Strathe has been one of the top scorers on the Shocker squad after a slow start this season. p. 3