The Sunflower, v.60, no.38 (March 2, 1956)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.38, Wichita, Kansas, March 2, 1956. - 6 pages

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Article(s): 5 close careers against Tulsa -- Unknown rifles cause damage -- Open house 'successful'; 3,000 attend / Gerry Scott -- Call issued for Queen petitions -- Students to appear with Symphony / Fred Menefee -- Deans open conference -- 23 candidates: 4 Press Queen finalists named / Joe Rodriguez -- Mortar board to honor Frosh at 'School Daze' party, Sunday -- Coeds like color: New fashions enjoy wide range -- To award trophies for pep activities -- Pan-Hel council, sponsors to meet -- Mothers, officers honored at dinner -- Future looks bright -- Incompletes must be in by March 2 -- Fieldhouse to be site of Ice Capades -- Idaho radio station tapes WU music -- Interview workshop proves successful; second planned -- To present recital -- To show Russian movie here -- University television programs feature WU and life in India -- ROTC riflers seek trophy -- Young GOP's to state meet -- Selective service applications here -- $200 prize ready for playwrights
Photograph(s): Glenn Boyer; Jim Strathe; Bob Hodgson; Rod Grubb; Leo Carney. p. 1 -- No holiday was in store for Sunflower staff members Monday while other students were celebrating Wichita's basketball victory over Houston. A walkout from classes doesn't mean a walkout from newspaper duties. "Making up" the paper at the printer's Monday afternoon were, left to right, Mike Anderson, editor, Ed Andreopoulos, news editor, and Virginia Christenson, managing editor. p. 1
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