The Sunflower, v.60, no.51 (April 24, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.51, Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Engineers to elect 6 officers -- Political groups tell of election intentions: BPOC / Beverly Haring; Shocker Coalition / Bill Anderson -- Comparisons: Cast of 'Solid Gold Cadillac' parallels real life characters -- Japanese prof arrives here for research -- Staff positions on Sunflower, Parnassus open -- Speech meet 'Successful' -- Society plans film festival -- 'Religious Week' now underway -- Plans made by Forum Board -- FTA club hears convention report -- Six meet records fall at Pittsburg -- Tennis team gets 2nd win -- Oklahoma Military Academy, Wichita North win rifle meet -- Football season ticket sale heads for goal of 5,000 -- Hurricane sweeps over Shocks, 13-8 -- Religion vs. science -- Cease confusion: Handy guide to documents now available in Library -- European assignment: Captain Payne, military prof, draws Army duty in Germany -- Mark Twain brought to life at student forum lecture -- Measles, mumps stalk students
Photograph(s): No cheesecake: Olive Cook, former actress, tells photographers "no cheesecake" in a scene from the Wichita Community Theater's production of "Solid Gold Cadillac," then promplty lifts her dress to show her knees. Watching her is Jack Wallwork, left playing McKeever, and Royal Kalis, playing a reporter. p. 1 -- Yosizo Takahasi. p. 1 -- Student forum board officers: Congratulating the new Student Forum Board president, Dick Hilton seated, is Ron Carey, out-going president. THe other new officers are, from left, Gerry Scott, secretary, Carolyn Fletcher, treasurer, Larry Winkler, vice president, and Ralph Crosby, sergeant-at-arms. p. 1 -- Weightman: Bob Humphreys, Shocker shot put and discus ace lofted the shot 49' 1 3/4" to set a new record at the Wichita-Pittsburg dual meet. Humphreys has set new University records in the shot put, 49' 7 1/4", and discus, 152' 9", since his transfer from Long Beach City College in California. p. 2 -- Capt. Lloyd C. Payne. p. 4