The Sunflower, v.62, no.37 (March 7, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, March 7, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): SC seeks definition of purpose -- 45 hours required by new core plan / George Leondedis -- Trio makes last attempt to pass test-illegally -- AWS election today; voting in Jardine Hall -- Plan foreign policy convo -- 16 students leave for GOP meet -- Ticket sale ends today -- WU's step forward -- Mexico tour set for June -- Film Society slates Greta Garbo show -- Press Queen contest opens -- Psych club plans discussion on alcohol -- Wheaties, team name -- Bearcats win MVC -- Former head of MVC dies -- Shocks face OSU Aggies -- Shocks take 4th in MVC -- Team to compete in ninth match
Photograph(s): Lance Hayes, center, has the attention of his listeners as he portrays the character of John Procter at "The Crucible" dress rehearsal. He is speaking to Marilyn Weimeyer, Liberal Arts junior, who plays the part of Elizabeth Proctor, and Jim Manely, Education senior, who is John Hale in the production. The final presentations of "The Crucible" are at 8:30 tonight and tomorrow night in the Commons Auditorium. Students will be admitted free upon presentation of their ID cards. Tickets may be obtained at the Commons ticket office 45 minutes before curtain time. p. 1 -- Judy Martin; Mary Lee Scott. p. 1 -- Don Lock, named Jack Armstrong, and Reta Nestor, Wheaties Sweetie, walk between lines of Wheaties members after being named at the half-time ceremonies of the Cincinnati game Saturday night. They were given gifts. p. 3 -- Connie Dierking, 6-foot, 9-inch center for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats, is caught between Shockers Everett Wessel and Al Tate as they all go after a loose ball in the last half of the game played last Saturday night at the Fieldhouse. p. 4