The Sunflower, v.62, no.41 (March 21, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.41, Wichita, Kansas, March 21, 1958. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Staff picks Bales 'The Girl We'd Like Most to Go to Press With' -- Athletics, cheating take SC limelight -- 'Rifles' win trophies at OSU meet -- Audio-visual center to show 'Man Who Came to Dinner' -- Panel talk on jobs set -- WU to host high school scientists -- New lit magazine released today -- Library features displays on paperbacks, magazines -- 8 coeds to compete in YW voting Monday -- Cadets plan Easter party -- Professor is 'Disciple' of famed conductor / Gay Campbell -- Open stacks, displays aid students in library work -- League champs vie in 'murals playoff -- WU ends 5th in Valley race -- WU enters cage meet -- MVC ratings list 5 Shocks -- Track team record 1-3 -- Military co-queens chosen -- KMUW heard form Alibi -- Trio attends KDP national convention
Photograph(s): Nancy Bales. p. 1 -- The first issue of Mikrokosmos, the new University literary magazine, is inspected by its editors, George Van Arsdale, left, Liberal Arts junior, and Corban LePell, right, graduate fellow in art. Copies of the magazine are being distributed to students today in the Heimple Browsing Room in Morrison Library. p. 1 -- Famed conductor Pierre Montieux congratulates James R. Robertson, director of the University and Wichita Symphony Orchestra, after he was named one of Mr. Montieux's "disciples." Mr. Montieux, guest conductor for the Wichita Symphony concerts Sunday and [illegible], is pictured on the left. p. 3 -- 3 Shocker sprinters crouch in anticipation of the sound of the starting gun which is held by Coach Fritz Snodgrass. Left to right are Kent Ogle, Larry Anderson, and Dave Gibson. p. 5 -- Honorary Cadet Colonels smile with Woody Herman after being crowned at the Military Ball Monday night. They are Nancy Bales, left, Fine Arts sophomore, and Marcene Solomon, right, Education junior. Miss Bales was chosen Army queen and crowned by Donna Kay Gooden, past honorary colonel. Miss Solomon was chosen Air Force queen and crowned by Annette Wiehl, former Air Force honorary colonel. p. 6