The Sunflower, v.63, no.48 (April 21, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.48, Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): WU students win 4 Naftzger awards -- Thieves hit men's door 2nd time -- NSF grant to finance 8 awards -- 'Two Blind Mice' opens Thursday in Commons for 3-night showing -- Crowning of Queens military ball feature -- Werhner von Braun explains America's Russian challenge -- Editorials: Monopoly due for test; Yes, we have no tradition -- Inquiring reporter: What is Independents' attitude? Students express varied opinions / Art Larson -- Hammond to speak on 'false intellects' -- 2nd Frat to nationalize; WEbsters install Saturday -- Frat names 14th annual sweetheart -- ROTC unit's top Sergeant assigned -- Kappa Phi lists officers -- Closer Greek relations seen after week of 'Togetherness' -- Coloradoan to direct CAC food services -- Sociology prof to attend institute
Photograph(s): The stork, it's fluttering: Crystle tells Dr. McGill that the stork is due to visit one of the renters of rooms in the Office of Medicinal Herbs in the forthcoming University Players presentation of "Two Blind Mice." The play starts a three-day run in the Commons Auditorium Thursday night. Players are, from left, Stu Melchert, Dr. McGill; Susanne Umphrey, Karen; Lance Hayes, Tommy Thurston; Marilee Long; Aunt Lettie; and Suzy Taylor, Crystal. / photo by Henry Hall. p. 1 -- President greets space scientist: President Harry F. Corbin, right, greets Werhner von Braun, the United States' top space and missile authority, at a coffee held in the Pine Room of the Commons Building following the missile expert's Student Forum address in the Fieldhouse Friday night. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- It's Shakespeare: Three University Spanish students rehearse a Spanish version of a scene from Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream." The play will be presented at the University of Kansas, Friday, April 24. From left to right are Owen Williams, Marian [illegible], and Mike Culbert. p. 3 -- Eldon Pemberton. p. 4