The Sunflower, v.61, no.30 (February 8, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, February 8, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): New tuition plan passed: Loads to be payment base -- SC discusses election code: Group proposes to ban political queen contest -- Art works by senior shown here -- Shaw's play scheduled for 3-day run -- Council votes to accept new student ID policy -- Army ROTC names staff -- Seven commissioned in Air Force -- To prepare directory -- Editorial: Queens and the council; Island confuses drivers -- Modern fairy tale: 'Colonels' satirizes nationalism / Don Rude -- Public productions started by University acting group -- Guidance corrects scholastic problems / I.P. -- Three shows to be aired this semester on KMUW -- Concert band will present reed player -- Army team drops match -- New frosh exams to be administered -- Inquiring reporter / Dee Clem -- Shocks seek win at Tulsa: Saturday game held vital to WU's MVC standing -- Detroit win puts WU second in MVC race -- Thinclads to Iowa -- Pep council plans trip to St. Louis -- Tennis meeting to be today -- Rifle team match set -- Press women's costume ball to raise scholarship funds -- Gym to go Dogpatch for dance -- Students aid policy body at Cal Tech -- Summer school tentatively set to begin on June 10 -- Jack Parker wins honors at tourney -- AF-ROTC expects to get plane soon -- KMUW publishes program schedule
Photograph(s): [Jim] Manley. p. 1 -- Seven Air Force ROTC cadets received 2nd Lieutenant ratings in the USAF reserves Sunday. Pictured during the ceremony are, from left to right, Robert R. Lamb, Francis H. Macheers, Ellis F. Curtis, Yale R. Davis, Jr., Lyndell L. Avery, Phillip M. Beardsley, Harold W. Dwyer, and Maj. Robert L. Steward, Jr., assistant professor of air science, who administrated the oath of office. p. 1 -- Kathy Rhodes. p. 6