The Sunflower, v.63, no.27 (January 13, 1959)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, January 13, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'Eggheads' get week to shine -- Students plan piano festival -- Bandages anyone? Colorado ski trip offered -- 'Wild Oat' scheduled by society -- First meeting of coed unit set for today -- Royal pair named -- New staff of Sunflower chosen; Brantley, Wilson named editors -- Editorials: Swan song -- Psychology prof prepares to leave for Poland with 3,000 books / Betty Kirkendall -- Spanish group initiates three -- Fraternities elect new officers -- Delta Upsilon to install Websters as local chapter -- Rings and things -- 'Contrast' cast picked; rehearsals underway -- IFC names new officers -- Grade requirement change announced by Mortar Board
Photograph(s): Finals loom ahead: Oh happy thought! Finals start this week. These two University students are getting a head start on the studying that will consume most of the time between now and next Tuesday. Linda Bengston, left, and Donna Marie Smith, right, pore over volumes in Morrison Library to supplement class texts. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- New Sunflower staffers: Newly appointed "powers that be" look over a copy of The Sunflower to get an idea of their tasks for the coming semester. Key staff members were appointed Friday by the Student Publications Board. Seated, left to right, are Paula Bird, society editor, and Leslie Wilson, managing editor. Standing, left to right, Don Rude, news editor; Jack Mattis and Bill Bidwell, desk editors: and Milt Brantley, editor-in-chief. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Websters go DU: Two officers of Men of Webster and the president of the Delta Upsilon chapter at Kansas University read a telegram from the fraternity's national headquarters announcing the installation [illegible] of the local social organization. Left to right are Justus Fugate, [illegible]; Pat Little, president of the Lawrence chapter; and [illegible] Scott Webster president for second semester. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 3