The Sunflower, v.59, no.24 (March 1, 1955)

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1955-03-01
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.59, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 1, 1955. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Sauter-Finegan signed for Parnassus dance -- Means group to get aid bill -- ROTC Queen to be named Cadet General -- WU to have social work training -- YMCA officers to be installed here tomorrow -- Accounting winners disclosed tomorrow -- Addresses science group: Guided missile expert speaks -- Roumanian Rhapsody: Choir to present concert tonight -- Assigned companies -- Glance at the globe / Ed Andreopoulos -- Cagemen close season with Chiefs, Hurricane -- Team to rifle meet -- Mural cagers race to wire -- Guild elects 2; staff still open -- UNESCO sponsored student studies U.S. school activities -- Six oldsters find new life in high comedy / Merle Block -- Animals too: Mystery surrounds attraction -- Sunflower to go to 87 countries -- Engineer students to hold banquet -- Commentator engaged by forum
Photograph(s): Book workers: Librarians at Morrison Library check out 7,500 books a year, or 200 books a week during the school term. From left, Miss Frances Rumpf, staff member; Nancy Wideger, student assistant; and Miss Marjorie Allen staff member, pause with a truck of books to be delivered to the stacks. In addition to checking out books, librarians handle gift books and make the changes in the card catalogue necessary to keep the library up to date. p. 1 -- Team elects: Nancy Baldwin, senior in Liberal Arts, was elected "Wheaties Sweetie" by vote of the University basketball team last week. Don Laketa, senior in Education, was named "Jack Armstrong". Announcement was made at the last home basketball game Tuesday evening. p. 4
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