The Sunflower, v.60, no.52 (April 27, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.52, Wichita, Kansas, April 27, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pep council, elections discussed: Council adopts 2 amendments; Cheerleaders to have 2.0 average -- 4th National Bank president to speak at 58th Commencement -- Fall pre-enrollment deadline is May 4 -- U.S. college armory plan under study -- Senior coed gets award -- Concert band ends series -- Discussion, summary to end religious emphasis week -- May Dance tickets go on sale Tuesday -- University picked as 'test center' for secretaries -- Meeting set for today to organize veterans -- Senior wins fellowship -- Theatrical make-up produces desired effect on actress / Diane Copeland -- Coronation date is set -- Betty Binter, '56 May Queen, chooses colors for ceremony -- Hainer, Rogers tell engagement at dorm -- Daughter is born to WU baseballer -- Why wait? Start now -- May Day planned for everyone's entertainment -- Top shooters: PR members place second at regimental assembly -- Library will change to new filing system this summer -- Professors, students attend Kansas psychology meeting -- Snack bar, lounge 'essential' in union -- Top speakers win awards -- $12,000 help: 40 student aides on Library staff -- Building and grounds moves to new spacious location -- Ideas in action: TV program gets new tone - Symphony sets Monday concert -- KMUW broadcasts two new series -- Alpha Kappa Psi holds initiation -- Election candidates need grade check -- Grid clinic enrolls 150
Photograph(s): Arthur W. Kincade. p. 1 -- Religious emphasis week: A group observing Religious Emphasis Week meet with Dr. John Rydjord, dean of the Graduate School, far right and Dr. Allen Cress, head of the German department, second from the right in discussion. p. 1 -- Changes face: Oliver Cook, appearing in "The Solid Gold Cadillac," is being made up by a fellow Community Theatre member. p. 2