The Sunflower, v.63, no.33 (February 20, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1959. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Congress approves new SGA budget: Lit magazine costs for '59-'60 included -- Feb. 24 final date for Queen petitions -- North High students visit WU -- Blood drive still open on campus -- Troupers tour local circuit / Mary Salyer -- ROTC cadets launch 'Sweetheart' contest -- Debate team breaks even in tourney -- AF appoints staff officers -- CAC dance will follow WU-CU game -- Booster Ducat sales will end on Monday -- Editorials: Blood and Greeks ; A worthy amendment -- 1st semester honor roll release -- Federal men to talk here -- WU faculty, students to present 'Showcase' -- Parnassus Queen applications due in office this afternoon -- WU track squad goes to Omaha for meet -- 'Big 3' go west for key tilts -- Pep rally at noon features team skit -- WU varsity riflemen win 2, lose 5 of 7 team matches -- Houston upset bid falls short as Shocks take MVC contest -- Tate shines as Shockers bump NTS -- Angels to perform at WU-Cincy game -- Shocks vs. Braves -- Art honorary meets Sunday -- Job meetings set for grads -- Top ten accounting students named by cosmopolitan club -- Petitions available for AWS hopefuls
Photograph(s): Receives blood test: Cadet Edward Doogan, Army ROTC, is given a blood test before donating a pint of blood to the American Red Cross. Doogan was one of the 32 cadets who donated blood recently. p. 1 -- Best corsage: Dave Yust, Music sophomore, displays the corsage which his date Sandi Havens, Liberal Arts freshman, made for him for the Haul Your Man dance. They received the 'Best Corsage' award on the basis of originality. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 3 -- New Shockers: Here are the newest faces on Coach Ralph Miller's basketball quintet. At left is Lanny Van Eman, 6-0 guard from McKeesport, Penn., and a transfer from North Carolina State. At the right is Stu Heller, 6-5 forward also from McKeesport and a transfer from Texas A & M. p. 4 -- Top accountants: Eight of the 10 accounting students named by the accounting department as the Ten Top Accountants are shown here after receiving their awards. From left to right on the front row: Robert Hinderliter, Marilyn Faulkner, Pat Salm, and Jim Unruh. Back row are Jim Carlson, Ivan Knudsen, Robert Brown, and Louis Taliaferro. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 6