The Sunflower, v.63, no.44 (April 7, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, April 7, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Orr outlines SGA purpose -- Linguistic convention to be held on campus -- Political meet to be held here -- Art faculty opens show Wednesday -- WU faculty, students win art show awards / Richard Miller -- Players to satirize politics in comedy, 'Two Blind Mice' -- Menon speaks at convo Wednesday -- Editorials: What now, Greeks? -- Inquiring reporter: I came to WU because... / Art Larsen -- Sig Eps first national fraternity; Initiation completed over weekend -- WRA swimming tournament begins Friday at Southeast -- Card party slated by CAC for April 17 -- Annual AWS fashion fair scheduled; Speakers, displays to be featured -- Rings, spring appear to go hand-in-hand -- Spanish group to present play -- 'Dead Sea Scrolls' lecture scheduled -- CAC secretary anticipates peace, quiet in new office / Richard Miller
Photograph(s): [illegible] furniture! - Equipment for the Campus Activities Center is arriving daily. Two truck loads of contemporary furniture for the lounge area and the director's office arrived on campus last Friday. During the past week, china, more chairs, and steel kitchen equipment arrived. The supplies are being [illegible] in the basement of the Commons. Seen walking in the background of the above picture is Pete [illegible], supervisor of custodians at the University. The CAC is scheduled to open in early May. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Thoughtful: Jeanne Seacat, Fine Arts junior and Sunflower Press Queen, contemplates her entry in teh Drake Relays Queen contest. A resident of Cunningham, Kan., Miss Seacat will represent the University for the annual Drake crown. p. 1 -- Sig Ep installation: Making final preparations and arrangements for the Sigma Phi Epsilon installation are, left to right, Russ Duncan, chapter advisor; Bob Cressler, chapter presidnet; Cal Atwood, province director; H. B. Robinson, national president; and Windell Sullivan, Wichita alumni chapter president. / photo by Henry Hall. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Claudia Warwick, CAC secretary. p. 4