The Sunflower, v.60, no.37 (February 28, 1956)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Stevens, Carney Pace on rushing Shockers to 82-72 MVC win / Milton Brantley -- Cousins here for 'Forum' -- 200 expected here for teachers' meet -- '52 graduate WU prof -- Open house draws 1,500 sight-seekers [sic] -- Audio head to interview on trip east -- Four AFROTC cadets to fly to Pittsburgh -- Jack Armstrong, Wheaties' Sweetie named at game -- 23 coeds submit entries in Press Queen contest -- University to host sport affiliates -- Hurricanes next: Shocks hot for Aggies -- Cage dinner to be Monday -- Towne signs pro contract -- Lagging behind -- May offer chemistry in summer session -- Being medical technician is goal of Chinese student studying here / Cathy Waters -- College plans new workshop to aid graduating seniors -- Presents TV music series -- WU debaters will compete at Lindsborg -- March 5 deadline set for vets' slips -- PTA offers scholarship -- Sales position still available -- Choir to perform -- Frat holds rush smoker -- Rifles donate flag to scout troup -- 'Hole-in-the-wall': Nick Wilson, student, cook, runs snack bar / Ed Andreopoulos -- Marsh to attend leadership convo in Chicago, Friday -- West seniors take exams; more tests set for March -- ROTC rifle squads plan to boost size -- High school voice teachers attend 2-day clinic here -- Music Man becomes Mr. Fixit at dance -- Local bank head to lecture here -- No lectures: Educator advocates discussion / Deloris Clem -- Advertising effectiveness incredible -- Fire hazards in frat houses at Ohio State cause cleanup -- FTA schedules 2 coffees Sunday
Photograph(s): Basketball royalty was announced at the Houston-Wichita game. Leo Carney, senior guard, was named "Jack Armstrong," and Kathy Mayes, Sorosis, was named "Wheaties' Sweetie." p. 1 -- Joe Stevens, star sophomore guard, drives for a basket in the 82-72 upset win over Houston in the Fieldhouse Saturday night. Stevens tallied 24 points to lead the Shockers in scoring until stopped by an injury late in the second half. p. 1 -- Dr. [John W.] Johnson. p. 1 -- Spring practice for football swings into view as Pete Tillman, black coat, practices with the players. Practice for the Shockers got underway last week as the squad prepares for the defense of their Missouri Valley Conference co-championship with Detroit last season. The Shockers have won or tied for the title in the last two years. According to Missouri Valley Conference rules the squad has 30 days to complete 20 practices. At present, they have approximately 13 sessions left. / photo by D. R. Stewart. p. 1 -- Nick Wilson. p. 5