The Sunflower, v.63, no.40 (March 17, 1959)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 17, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Solomon edges Alldritt in May Queen election: 697 cast 2nd ballot -- Campaigns near end; Platforms expanded / Art Larson -- Tri-Deltas, Sig Eps win first place in Greek sing -- Coeds elect fine arts junior to head associated women -- Year's favorite professor to be chosen in contest -- Orchesis members to be in concert -- Editorials: Good PR -- Inquiring reporter: Competition causes difficulty -- Dallas Symphony performs on campus -- Cadets, Angels plan children's Easter party -- Alpha Chi's, Gamma Phi's elect new officers to serve a year -- Party honors Prof. Wilner -- Count Basie to play at Military Ball -- Sunflower staff quizzes finalists in annual Press Queen contest -- Tri-Delt house grade index highest ever made at WU -- 4 companies to interview WU students -- Film society to present dance, drama
Photograph(s): Marcene Solomon. p. 1 -- Prof. of the week: Dr. Morton Rosenbaum, associate professor of English, is the winner of this week's 'Favorite Prof' contest. Dr. Rosenbaum graduated from Wayne University, Detroit, Mich., in 1943. He received his master's degree from the same university in 1946, and completed his work on his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin in 1952. He joined the University staff in 1954. Dr. Rosenbaum was recently appointed leader of the 47-day European Seminar trip sponsored by the Office of Student Services. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 1 -- Quartet tunes up: Rehearsing for the Men's Glee Club Concert Thursday night are, from left, Chuck Baldwin, Chuck Lindsley, Woody Thompson, and Bob Harris. Conductor Bill Bush is at right. The four men compose a quartet which will appear with the Glee Club. The concert will be staged in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall at 8 p.m. Thursday. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- It's a strike! Treva Mateer, member of Alpha Chi Omega, leads off with a strike in the Women's Recreational Association Bowling Tournament now in progress. The Tournament ends this week and play offs are to begin Friday 27. / photo by Richard Roberts. p. 3