The Sunflower, v.61, no.46 (April 5, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.46, Wichita, Kansas, April 5, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pepsters to appear on stage -- 5-day FAC dedication planned: Ceremony scheduled for April 8 -- Berg attends St. Louis meet -- University's payroll 12th largest in city -- Council hears preliminary report on proposal for new constitution -- Baptist pastors visit campus -- Editorials: Wanted: all-school pepsters; Squishy, squashy spring -- Opera class to perform at opening -- After graduation? Chemists continue education -- Uniforms needed for Army comedy -- Display shows -- Parking space no longer privilege; it costs, one way or another / Betty Kirkendall and Jack Mattis -- Gooden, Basham named honorary Cadet Colonels -- Social-lights / Kathy Rhodes -- Registrars to meet at WU, April 12
Photograph(s): Part of the music planned for the actual dedication of the Fine Arts Center, Monday night, will be provided by the University Symphony Orchestra. Above, under the baton of James P. Robertson, they rehearse for the program. Among the numbers to be presented during the five-day dedication ceremonies will be Beethoven's Ninth Symphony combining the A Capella Choir, Choral Union, and the Symphony Orchestra. The picture was taken in the new rehearsal hall of the Fine Arts Center. p. 1 -- "Everything happens to me!" Above Officer George Parsons scratches his head wondering whether or not to "ticket" the jeep parked on stage in the Commons Auditorium. Although the parking problem on campus is not this critical, Officer Parsons may someday be faced with situations almost this strange. Actually, the jeep is part of the props being used in the current Community Theater production of “Tea House of the August Moon.” Tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. will be the final University performance, although a special show will be given Sunday. p. 3 -- Donna Gooden; Vicki Basham. p. 4