The Sunflower, v.63, no.46 (April 14, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.46, Wichita, Kansas, April 14, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): KMUW will receive new radio equipment -- Music students, faculty give original works in concert -- Who did it? Cash loss repaid WU -- Greek Week opens on campus tonight -- Pre-registration change made -- 'King David' slated here for May 10 -- Space authority von Braun to close '59 forum series -- Comedies to be played in CAC next summer -- Editorials: Your newspaper ; Rare opportunty [sic] -- Browsing room proves popular / David Calico -- BWOC banquet set for tonight -- Dinner honors senior coeds in home ec -- Graduate art fellow to open exhibit in gallery Wednesday / Richard Miller -- Wright dies; center work to continue -- Scholar continues talk here -- Country club site planned for dance
Photograph(s): Composers meet: Three of the ten student composers whose works will be featured in a concert tonight are, from left to right, Peter Brawne, Ellen Burmeister, and Alan Pickard. The compositions of two University faculty members will also be heard. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Wernher von Braun. p. 1 -- It's all over: Outgoing Student Government Association president John Allen is pictured as he accepts a gavel from the outgoing SGA treasurer, Mary Frances Watson. The old Congress presented Allen with the gavel. Members of the outgoing SGA gave the Liberal Arts senior a standing ovation at their final meeting, held Monday night. New SGA members will take over next week. / photo by Henry Hall. p. 3 -- Walter Hawk. p. 4
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