The Sunflower, v.63, no.32 (February 17, 1959)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, February 17, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Seek all-Greek unity on campus: Leaders encounter preliminary hitches -- Dance nets $225 for campus YW -- BPOC adds Phi Sigs to roster -- Harder voted 'Favorite Prof' -- CAC dance will have no queen -- 2nd 'Prof' contest underway -- Editorials: Tch-tch-tch! -- New election code goes to SGA / Art Larson -- Education sophomore reigns as sweetheart at ISA ball -- FAC scene of concert -- Angels' busy spring schedule includes marching, party, trip -- Bird cage / Paula Bird -- Booster trip tickets to go on sale today -- Math department to host teachers -- Film society to present Japanese film
Photograph(s): [illegible] men on campus: The 'Ten Top Senior Men' named by the YWCA are, front row, left to right, [illegible] Gow, Claude Lee, John Allen, Dean Hargrove, and Don Butts. Standing are, left to right, George [illegible], Ken Fortney, Don Pratt, Bob Cooper, and Ed Thompson. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 1 -- 'I crown thee Belle': Tri-Delta Ruth Nichol was crowned "Belle of the Ball" -- Pondering the great honor? Associate Professor Marvin [illegible] Harder, of the political science department, seems unphased on learning that University students had chosen him Professor of the Week in the first of a series of weekly sponsored by The Sunflower. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 1 -- Columnist here tonight: News columnist and radio commenter Drew Peterson is scheduled to give a benefit lecture at [illegible] p.m., tonight, in the Fieldhouse. p. 4