The Sunflower, v.63, no.47 (April 17, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.47, Wichita, Kansas, April 17, 1959. - 6 pages
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Article(s): 8 added to faculty; 21 others promoted -- U.S. loans awarded to 12 students -- 3 awarded top grants -- Dance to end Greek Week -- Planning committee positions available -- English 112 to be offered on educational TV program -- AKP picks Wallace 3rd honor member -- WU speech department plans banquet, awards, floor show -- Editorials: King David's role -- Senior's work now on display -- Dr. Rydjord will retire -- Honor slated for top soph in journalism -- Techniques of employment topic of campus seminar -- WU Newmans attend meet -- Reel Time film series nears end -- WRA to elect officers today -- WU to use Lawrence stadium; Meet Phillips U in night game -- Shock golfers beat K-State meet OU in match today -- Shocker netmen beat Ft. Hays; Ready to meet O-State Tuesday -- Shocks win dual meet -- Net team splits two -- AFROTC rifle team wins; defeats Washburn AF squad -- Softball play opens 'Murals spring slate -- Young and Wichert named co-captains -- WU thinclads place fourth at Emporia -- 18 positions available on 1960 Parnassus -- New mathematical computer attracts students, faculty
Photograph(s): New painting: Corban LePell, graduate fellow in art, and Charlene Taylor, Liberal Arts junior, look at a painting which is one in the graduate exhibition of Walter Hawk, graduate fellow in art. The painting is titled 'Under the Firmament Were Their Wings Straight.' Hawk's exhibition is now on display in the Little Gallery in the Art Building. p. 1 -- Co-captains: Leading the Shocker baseball team against the strong Phillips U. squad tomorrow night will be the 1959 co-captains, Ray Larkin, at left, and Pete Hassell, right. p. 4 -- Shock netter: Shown here is Shocker tennis team member, Norris Barker, as he prepares for the match with Big Eight tennis standout Oklahoma State here tomorrow afternoon. / photo by Henry H. Hall. p. 5 -- Receives grant: Dick Gregg has received an assistantship at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Penn., in forensics. He will begin his graduate work in speech-public address and will coach in the debate union, comprised of several debate teams. Gregg has a 3.5 grade average. He is president of the senior class. p. 6