The Sunflower, v.63, no.34 (February 24, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, February 24, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 10,400 see Cincy, Big 'O' beat Shockers, 88-74 / Jim Collier -- WU hosts biennial meeting of music students, teachers -- Queen deadline reset -- Sale of booster trip tickets to continue until Thursday -- Kennedy wins second week Prof contest -- Third 'Prof' contest opens -- Editorials: Growing pains -- Jazz group to appear -- Inquiring reporter: SGA members view code / Art Larson -- Mattis gets new position -- 26 coeds chosen for drill team; others to fill vacancies today -- Frat rush extended two weeks -- Sororities accept new pledges; March 10 to be rush deadline -- DDD extends grant offer -- Bird cage / Paula Bird -- New members goal of ISA -- English prof's hobby shows practical side / Linda Swander -- Colonel visits campus today
Photograph(s): Full house: Part of the more than 10,400 basketball fans that jammed in to the Fieldhouse to see All-American Oscar Robertson and the Cincinnati Bearcats take on the Shockers are shown leaving the arena following the game. The Bearcats, lead by Robertson and a highly underrated Ralph Davis, defeated the Shockers for the second time this year. Cincinnati won the contest by a 15-point margin. The final score was 88-73. Robertson tallied for 34 points and Davis hit for 24 points for the Bearcats. Al Tate and Stu Heller led the Shocker's scoring with 15 points each. This game was the next to the last game to be played by the Shockers in the Fieldhouse this season. The Shockers played the Bradley Braves in the Fieldhouse for their last season home game last night. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 1 -- Students pick Kennedy: Dr. Richard Kennedy, assistant professor of English, takes time out of his busy schedule to enjoy a cup of coffee in his Fiske Hall office. Dr. Kennedy was chosen as the second Sunflower Professor of the Week by University students. p. 1 -- Chris Barber. p. 2 -- Professor displays handicraft: Dr. Geraldine Hammond, professor of English, displays some of her handmade jewelry and sculptured works. She first became interested in jewelry making while teaching in Oregon. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 4