The Sunflower, v.61, no.44 (March 29, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, March 29, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): SC approves $4,500 budget for 1957-58 -- Army, Air to reveal 'top secret' at ball / Kathy Rhodes -- Geologists plan field trip to collect, study rocks -- Student, prof take leads in 'Tea House' -- Grad to sing in NY concert -- 4-day schedule set for 'At War' -- 2 will be guests at Baker inaugural -- New lamps light campus at night -- Too much business: Chem coffee sessions end -- High honor bestowed on five outstanding senior men -- Editorials: Costly schedules; Queens, queens, queens!; Of fences and other things -- Increasing enrollment creates daily problem-where to park? / Betty Kirkendall and Jack Mattis -- Wits, yes; pencils, no: Sharpies swipe sharpeners -- Frat chooses new officers -- Chem labs in Texas have TV -- New machine microprints rare books for library -- Health center to aid students with polio shot arrangements -- Hoak to be head of drama meet -- Personality-work relationship studied by psychology student -- Glee club to sing on TV Saturday -- Union advisor will attend national meet -- Webster honor sponsors, Dean Marsh -- Prof. O'Bryant to record Kansas songs on Elektra label; Available next fall -- First 'Miss Politician' is Merry Sue Blair -- Record library ready for use -- Shocks seek 1st win over Quakers today -- Shocks plan full-dress grid tilt -- Bradley wins NIT; brings glory to MVC -- ISA bookstore sets new working hours -- Journalism students at WU increase sharply in number
Photograph(s): Selected by last year's honor group as the "outstanding senior students on the campus for the year 1957" are, from left to right: Gil Tatman, Larry Winkler, Stan McGehee, Dick Hilton, and Spyros (Ed) Andreopoulous [sic]. Gil Tatman was named president of the group and Andreopolous [sic] vice president. The seniors were named at an installation ceremony conducted by Ben Kubes, 1956 Honor Men president. p. 1 -- Assistant football coach Dick Tomilson and Dr. Andrew Murphy recently were installed as sponsors at a special ceremony by the Men of Webster Fraternity. Honored at the ceremony were Dr. T. Reese Marsh, honorary sponsor, and Dr. Stephen Worth, fraternity sponsor. p. 5 -- County attorney Warner Moore hands a bracelet to Merry Sue Blair, "Miss Politician," at the Politicians' Ball last Saturday at the Rock Castle Club. p. 5