The Sunflower, v.63, no.52 (May 5, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.52, Wichita, Kansas, May 5, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Delta Gammas, Phi Sigs win top Hippo honors: AX wins 2nd; Sig Ep honor goes to DDD -- 10 coeds tapped for Mortar Board -- CAC trip to K.C. set for May 23 -- Banquet will honor 66 graduating seniors -- Spanish films to be shown -- CAC sponsors film festival; Plans movies, shorts, cartoon -- Editorials: A vote of thanks ; Less work-better product -- Inquiring reporter: Students suggest 4-way stop at 17th-Fairmount intersection -- Rathbone to greet students in FAC -- WU coed takes 2nd in contest -- 3rd fraternity goes national; Phi Sigs to be Phi Delta Theta -- Greeks plan spring formals to end year -- Faculty, staff annual dinner set for Friday -- Frat to have Nobel winner as speaker -- Phrase from poem by e.e. cummings parallels, explains graduate's thesis / Richard Miller -- Local newspapers sponsoring 2 competitions for J-majors
Photograph(s): "Why it was Generalissimo Fung-Chow" - Brad Hammond marches before Dean Hargrove, the Emperor, in Phi Upsilon Sigma's presentation of "Snow White and the Seven Samurai." The Phi Sig's "tragic little Japanese love story" was produced and directed by Hargrove and Hammond. This is the third consecutive year for the fraternity to take first place. /photo by [Jerry] Gay. p. 1 -- "I've got a million more" - Ken Warwick, 1958 graduate of the University, served as master of ceremonies for the day-long Hippodrome. / photo by Jerry Gay. p. 1 -- "It's Lotus Lilly" - Delta Gamma placed first in the women's diversion of Hippodrome. With the theme, "Legend of a Lily," the DG's gaily colored scenery and costuming lent a spring air to Commons Auditorium. Alpha Chi Omega won the second place trophy in the University's twenty-first annual May Day show. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 1 -- Corban LaPell. p. 4
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