The Sunflower, v.63, no.45 (April 10, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.45, Wichita, Kansas, April 10, 1959. - 6 pages
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Article(s): New student congress installed: Court justice swears in 20 -- Old SGA meets for last time -- Scholarship Day set; 41 seniors to attend -- SGA creates secretarial job position -- Scholar from Austria to visit, lecture here -- Wichita Symphony concert to feature singer Lily Pons -- Students of Spanish slate play for club -- Dean of Engineering returns to campus -- Editorials: Now-not later! ; 20-yards to go -- Open letter -- 20 Sunflower jobs to open -- CAC position meetings set -- 'Aggressive Vision' display shown in art building gallery / Richard Miller -- Journalism field day set for May -- Greek Week to open here next Tuesday -- WU receives grant for research program -- French film closes series -- Young musicians to compete here in Naftzger auditions -- Art projects being shown -- Morrison Library gains new phone -- Scrimmage closes practice / Jim Collier -- Netmen in Oklahoma -- Shock golfers to meet KSU at Manhattan -- New Shocker marks in Texas relays -- Intramural ball deadline set -- Sliced thin: Profs 'Ham it up' on stage in 'Taming of the Shrew' / Jim Gallant
Photograph(s): The new Student Congress members raise their hands and repeat the oath of office in the first swearing in the history of the University. The installation of officers took place last Monday night at the SGA meeting. Student Court Judge Thomas Wolfe swears in, from left to right, Bob Lawless, proportional representative; Allen Johnston, vice-president; Carole Hicks, treasurer; Betty Richter, secretary; and Ken Orr, president. / photo by Henry Hall. p. 1 -- Lily Pons. p. 1 -- Saludo Amigos: Going over the itinerary of a University-sponsored trip to Mexico are, from left, Cathy Peterson, Liberal Arts sophomore; Dr. Eugene Savaiano, chairman of the Spanish department; and Mrs. Helen Crockett, assistant to the dean of Adult Education. A minimum of 30 persons must make reservations for the trip by April 15, or the trip will be cancelled [sic]. University students, staff, and faculty members are eligible to make the tour, which will begin June 1 and will end June 14. Total cost is $180. p. 3 -- Ham it up: Three University professors and an instructor leave the realm of demagogues to become actors in the Community Theater's production of Shakespear's [sic] "Taming of the Shrew." From left to right are: Dr. Ralph Fraser, assistant professor of German; Dr. Gerald Markley, assistant professor of Spanish; Richard Welsbacher, instructor of English, and Joan O'Bryant, assistant professor of English. University students are admitted to the performance upon presentation of their ID cards. Curtain time tonight and tomorrow is 8:30 p.m.