The Sunflower, v.58, no.20 (March 4, 1954)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.58, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, March 4, 1954. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Hippodrome theme to be 'Get Happy' -- Regents reject field house bids -- Honor men selected for campus citizenship -- 'Press Queen' deadline set -- Corbin declares class holiday -- Set religious week dates -- To broadcast drama series -- Coeds tramp streets to find fare to NIT -- Night problem slated for patrol study -- Quiet of village contrasted with murder in 'Uncle Harry' -- Independent student dance to use 'Sweetheart' theme -- Country square dance theme designed for DO pledges -- Library displays art -- Add color to your wardrobe is spring fashion suggestion -- Pledges to use heart theme -- AWS announces meeting theme -- Club corner: Debaters to meet tonight [sic] to discuss tourneys, banquet -- Press club plans initiation for 10 -- Sweetie, Jack feted at tilt -- Coffman, Gotner named Belle, Bill of HYM dance -- Use the library! -- Angulo to head Mexico tour -- Ex-Police lieutenant grateful for award / Se-Young Kim -- Red Cross needs you -- Instructor 'forces' signs of spring -- NBC correspondent is next forum speaker -- Juco deans to meet Friday to discuss transfer problems -- Senior is granted $1,500 scholarship -- 'Colonel' to be named at ball -- Increase staff for deadlines -- Parties acceptable in Shocker room -- Irvine given radio award -- Graduate awarded Navy commission -- WUCR to produce 'Rip Van Winkle' March 6 -- Circulation upped -- Star takes busy holiday / Spyros Andreopoulos -- Girl scout work open to grads -- Shockers explode Aggie myth: Scheer sinks jumpshot to capsize Cowpokes -- Shocks win post 26th win -- WU frosh split 2-game series -- Game to decide champ tonight -- Shocks to face Falcons in NIT: Ohioans will be Wichita's 1st foe -- Meet your Shockers: Reserves show team quality -- 200 expected -- 45 footballers letter -- UN offers overseas job -- Commons buzzes throughout week -- Pate scores 377 in ROTC rifle match -- Logopedic posters currently displayed -- WU to host festival
Photograph(s): Retrieve honors: Five men were named to the 1954 Senior Men's Honor Group Feb. 24. Honor receivers are: Ron Summers, pre-medical student, sitting on the left, and Dwight Carpenter, history major. Standing, left to right, are Paul Curry, business administration student; Bob Rydjord, psychology major; and Tom Farrar, chemistry major. p. 1 -- Caught redhanded: Found with a poison bottle in her hand, Lettie, played by Joan Gouldner, right, realizes that she will be accused of a murder she did not commit in a climactic scene in "Uncle Harry." Her accusers are Nona, played by Lillian Janice, and Uncle Henry, played by Jack Laffer. p. 1 -- HYM dance: Royalty named were Bill and Belle of the Ball and 10 senior honor men. From left to right are Bob Bixler, Tom Farrer, Bill Hornish, Ron Summers, Norbert Gotner, Janice Coffman, Paul Curry, Dick Howell, Vic Manke, and Bob Rydjord. p. 3 -- Chun Hyung Cho. p. 4 -- Johnny Long. p. 5 -- Agnes Moorehead. p. 5 -- Congratulations "Rock" : Cleo Littleton, left, congratulates Paul Scheer on his clinching basket which defeated Oklahoma A. & M., 67 to 66, Feb. 24. The defeat was the first ever handed to the Aggies by the Shockers in Gallagher Hall. p. 6