The Sunflower, v.62, no.47 (April 18, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.47, Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Regents hike tuition of non-city students -- SC allots funds for next year -- Websters cancel AURP affiliation -- 'La Strada' slated for Wednesday -- Field day activities revived for May 2 -- 5 interns to present papers -- CAC work moving along board to meet in May -- Young GOP's elect -- 223 classes offered in summer sessions -- Net team unbeaten -- Weather boosts baseball hopes / Jim Collier -- WU enters KU relays -- Golfers to head south -- Deadline is today for individual skits -- Publications jobs open -- Honor men plan banquet
Photograph(s): Cheerleaders' techniques are explained by Carol Burk, left, present cheerleader to Sharon Armstrong, who participated in a prospective cheerleaders' clinic Wednesday night. p. 1 -- Practicing for Hippodrome field day sand bag tug-of-war are, left to right, Max Frazier, [illegible] Zagnoni, Eddy Harrison, and Don Pratt. Zagnoni and Frazier are members of the Field Day Committee. After seven years of Hippodrome celebrations without a field day, the custom is being revived and scheduled for two weeks from today. p. 1.