The Sunflower, v.63, no.39 (March 13, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.39, Wichita, Kansas, March 13, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): WU political parties announce slates: Orr leads party slate of BARBs; Paup to be BPOC pres candidate -- AWS election set for today -- Queen run-off today -- Press Queen deadline today -- SFB speaker brushes aside Berlin quearies -- 'Space' to be topic at convocation today -- Navy awards grant to WU -- Editorials: About that trip ; Shaping up -- Education, adventure in 6 countries offered by 47-day European seminar / Richard Miller -- Shocks open spring grid practice with Dean heading 23 lettermen -- Wessel honored by Shockers; Named Captain of Cage Squad -- Frosh end season with best record -- Shockers beat Tulsa. 61-60; place 4th in MVC standing -- Mexico trip scheduled -- Education topic of show
Photograph(s): Charlene Taylor; Sally Shank. p. 1 -- Ex-Prime Minister of Britain Clement Attlee was caught scratching his face as he walked from the stage of Commons Auditorium. Attlee spoke for the Student Forum Board lecture series here Monday night. George Anderton, outgoing SFB president is standing in the back. p. 1 -- Ev Wessel. p. 3 -- Defend thyself: Richard Basgall, left, as Colonel Manly, and Steve Gibson, as Dimple, do battle for the honor of the fair lady Charlotte, played by Karen Pyles. Charles Slaby, as Van Rough, approaches to break up the fight. The scene is from 'The Contrast' now on the Commons stage. The play, directed by George Wilner, professor of drama, opened last night and will be presented tonight and tomorrow night at 8:30. p. 4