The Sunflower, v.60, no.43 (March 20, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.43, Wichita, Kansas, March 20, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Engineers pick Ross top senior -- Progress goal of committee -- 'En Garde': Dueling prof lends hand -- University will host meeting -- Dean Scott picked for Presidential Electoral College -- Forum Board adds members -- Claudia White to lead YW -- Drake royalty hopeful: Marita Mann chosen Press Queen -- Cervantes' play to be presented -- Day added to final exams -- Press Club plans journalism banquet -- 2 will attend conference -- Play brings smiles: Whites bow to blacks 26-19; Well pleased with show-Tillman -- Fieldhouse is site of 'mural tourney -- Matmen get call -- Huskers open net season -- Dinner for Cadets scheduled tonight -- Women begin spring sports -- Longer hours? -- U.S. foreign policy changed, noted correspondent states / Deloris Clem -- A sorry state -- Young Democrats take straw vote
Photograph(s): Outstanding senior: Charles R. Ross, right, was announced 'Outstanding Engineering Senior of 1956' Friday night. He is shown with his wife, Leah May, and Ron Panton, president of Engineering Council. p. 1 -- Shakespearian tragedy: Marc McLean (left), Business Administration sophomore, and Irving Byrne, Liberal Arts freshman, practice a dueling scene from "Romeo and Juliet." p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Marita Mann, Press Queen. p. 1 -- Hilarious satire: 'Life and Loves of Melvin Muddelberry' will be featured on the live broadcast on KMUW's "Safari" from Grace Wilkie Hall, at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday. Engineering freshman, Pete Hassell, and three Liberal Arts sophomores, Marc McLean, Streeter Funk, and Terry Gladfelter, will be the stars of the show. p. 4