The Sunflower, v.61, no.33 (February 19, 1957)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, February 19, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Engineering group to gain new tunnel / John Mattis -- Three coeds win prizes -- Sunflower Queen contest open to University coeds -- Financial aid offered: Council will give activity scholarship; Alums give awards to 30 students -- Debaters vie for awards -- Entertainment planned for FA dedication -- Planners set for enrollment boom / Dick Stites -- Members elected to student forum -- Editorial: Inconsistent parking tickets -- WU, Washburn bid for State Aid -- WU receives paintings to be shown in FAC -- 'Disciple' show to be aired --Logo students hit new peak -- Inquiring reporter / Delores Clem -- Alumni Committee tours new building -- Faculty artists: Last concert set for tonight -- Referees needed for 'mural games -- Chiefs here Thursday: Wu seeks to even score with Sooner ball club / Boyd Fogg -- Hilltoppers defeat WU, 82-76, at Fieldhouse -- WU drops St. Louis b-ball tilt
Photograph(s): Puzzling students throughout the last week has been this noose and sign which hang in the rotunda of Jardine Hall. Roberta Paden, Fine Arts freshman, is shown getting a glance at the noose from the second floor of Jardine Hall. Just who placed the noose in the Rotunda, and why, remain unanswered questions. p. 1 -- News from the Sunflower newsroom will be featured on a new KMUW program, 'Three Speeds Forward,' from 1 to 4 p.m., each Saturday. Newscaster Dave Fransen, right, will broadcast releases directly as they come from the Sunflower teletype. Music from the KMUW studio will also be featured. At left is Bob Austin, KMUW engineer. p. 5 -- Ev Wessel will be the man of the hour for the Shocks Thursday night in the WU-OCU game with the rebounding power he possesses. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.61 no.33
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