The Sunflower, v.62, no.48 (April 22, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.48, Wichita, Kansas, April 22, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): May Day features annual coronation -- 20 will participate in 9th annual concert: Conductors, performers in program -- 2 publications offer jobs to students -- Last film of the year to be 'La Strada' -- FAC fracas Friday; Plan 10 booths, show -- 'Pennypacker' will be this year's final production -- Greeks unite? -- 3 awarded study grants -- Inquiring reporter: Student opinion favors free day before finals -- WRA plans election of '59 officers -- Alpha Phi's select officers -- Student teacher applications due -- Play's backstage crew is important element / Evelyn Jones -- Play tryouts for comedies to continue -- IFC, Pan-Hel picnic planned -- Accounting club names top 10 senior students -- '58 directory of BA grads now available -- Spanish dept. plans movie for May 2 -- 2 Kansas H.S. seniors win Beech scholarships -- Group plans mag issues
Photograph(s): One, two, three and the players began to play their instruments. Directed by Sandra Berg, these students will participate in the annual music program at 8 tonight in the Fine Arts Auditorium. They include from left, Geraldine Riggs, Miss Berg, Sue Newsom, and Marvin Grandstaff. The music will be directed entirely by students in the School of Music. p. 1 -- 'I've told you once,' Ken Warwick, who plays Pa Pennypacker, tells Ben Manely, who plays young [illegible]. The Pennypacker children, from left, Tom Donaldson, Kent Cottingham, and Kent Remine, watch [illegible]. "The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker" opens in the Commons Auditorium Thursday night. Friday night's performance is already sold out so no students will be admitted on ID cards that night. p. 1 -- Preparing for the University Player's production of "The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker" is Pat Hensley who is applying makeup on Nancy Bales. This is the only one of the backstage operations which must be done to give a play. p. 3 -- Five coeds with their escorts were presented to the Army ROTC Battalion Thursday in a review honoring them. They include, from left, Marion Alley, Nancy Bales, Sam Smith, Judy Heaston, Don Sweazy, Jeanne Seacat, Leon Matassarin, Barbara Prete, Willis Roberts, and Elaine Woodman. With the exception of Miss Bales, who is the Honorary Colonel and sweetheart of the battalion staff, all of the sweethearts hold the rank of Honorary Captain. The selection of sweethearts was held last month by the ROTC organization. The presentation was made in Old Shocker Stadium. p. 4