The Sunflower, v.62, no.49 (April 25, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.49, Wichita, Kansas, April 25, 1958. - 6 pages
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Article(s): New constitution approved: Students to vote April 30 / Alex Mitchell -- Council approves budget -- May dance tickets now on sale -- Visit slated by biologist -- Journalism field day to feature banquet -- Pre-registration begins Monday -- [illegible] Gamma's win first Dean's award -- Final 'Pennypacker' showing tonight -- Hippodrome practices set for next week -- Proposed WU Student Association's constitution adds student court -- Diamondmen score 10th win of year -- Netmen go to match undefeated -- SC appoints CAC member -- 'Who's Who' lists Simoni -- Grant goes to Keltner -- Flying club plans meet -- Enrollment limited in summer course -- Sweetheart to be chosen for PR ball
Photograph(s): Checking off tickets for the May Dance, May 3, are Judy Martin, left, dance chairman, and Alison Comstock, ticket chairman. The dance will be held at 9 p.m. in the Lassen Hotel. Tickets went on sale yesterday in the rotunda of Jardine Hall. p. 1 -- Greeks' Hippodrome skits underway: One, two, three, four Gamma Phi Beta's learn the dance steps for their skit...; "And don't forget to smile," might well be the words of coeds of Delta Gamma hear as they practice their routine...; While costumes are not the most durable, they have to look right, as an Alpha Phi learns by standing for a fitting; Gammas learn their lines with make-shift props as another show takes from...; Sore muscles may result from the Delta Delta Delta practice...; Local variant of the June Taylor Dancers, Phi Upsilon Sigma, assumes formation for a portion of a Hippodrome skit...; "I told you to build it this way," two Pi Alpha Pi workers are told as they work on set construction; And Men of Webster bandsmen work on their own rendition of a well-known song. p. 4 -- Alan D. Gow. p. 6 -- Bill Keltner. p. 6