The Sunflower, v.63, no.35 (February 27, 1959)

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1959-02-27
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, February 27, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Independents form new 'Barb' party: Two parties thus far to run SGA slates -- Coeds file May Queen candidacy -- [illegible] amends new voting regulations -- George saw it: University player to enact political comedy, 'Contrast' -- Shocker boosters to entrain today -- New officers elected to forum board -- Network radio broadcast set for Missal's 'In Memorium' -- WU debaters to Lincoln for invitational -- English prof named to lead European summer seminar / Betty Kirkendall -- Respite -- Sunflower sports: Shocks drop last home; Braves win tight tilt, 72-70 -- Shocks seek to clinch 4th place in MVC; face Billikins in TV tilt -- Tennis team wins match -- Bill Schaake named new line coach -- Just facts / Jim Collier -- Attlee next speaker on WU forum -- 40 piano students go to KC convention
Photograph(s): Jazz, English style: The CAC jazz concert, featuring Chris Barber and his band, is scheduled for 8 tonight in the Commons Auditorium. The English "jazz-man" plays trombone. Other band members, from left, are Monty Sunshine, Pat Halcox, Graham Burbidge, Eddie Smith, and Dick Smith. Not pictured is vocalist Ottillie Patterson. p. 1 -- Trip to Europe: Dr. Morton Rosenbaum, associate professor of English, studies the itinerary for the summer European seminar. He was appointed leader of the seminar, which is being offered by the University. p. 1 -- Clement Attlee. p. 4
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