The Sunflower, v.60, no.34 (February 17, 1956)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, February 17, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Cost of living up: Subsistence increase asked for vets / Deloris Clem -- Council sets election, okays new members -- Mann heads local group at conclave -- 'Press Queen' entry deadline is Feb. 24 -- May Queen deadline set -- Lieutenants receive top ROTC award -- Engineer open house planned for Friday -- Corbin talks slated -- Critical shortage -- Art Department grows -- It's fabulous -- Guardsmen drillers perform -- Greek council offices filled -- Double beauty: Kenton, Queens set for ball -- Greeks choose 5 at best pledges -- 15 women taken into Business Club -- 'Average' figure: Top designer disproves theory -- AF Angel squadron to OU conference -- Washburn follows WU's program: Success of religious ed noted / Diane Copeland -- Part time jobs open to engineers -- School of music to conduct vocal clinic next weekend -- Funds available -- Take notes, sleep lightly: 10 hints cited on how to win friends and influence profs -- Campus TV series begins -- Garfield wins top award -- Guild seeks new members -- Places graduating seniors: WU students helped by job bureau / Diane Copeland -- Composer, instructor: Band will play prof's music -- Art works still on sale -- Complete 'Weekend' report published -- Season grid ducats on sale for 1956 -- 2 University alums receive AF wings -- AWS petitions due next week
Photograph(s): Resuming work as associate professor in the art department is John Strange. He is shown here working with ceramics with Mary Nielander, senior art student. Professor Strange returned to work early in February after being in an automobile accident last October. p. 1 -- Typical campus beauty queen, Jerra Lynn Tyler, compares her dimensions with those of the 'average' American woman, as depicted by Henry Dreyfuss, famous industrial designer, in his book, 'Designing for People.' p. 3