The Sunflower, v.62, no.42 (March 25, 1958)

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1958-03-25
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.42, Wichita, Kansas, March 25, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Critic to lecture at forum tonight -- Plans progressing for open house -- 'Pennypacker' cast includes 14 students -- Plans progressing for open house -- 4-day Fine Arts Festival opens tonight in FAC -- Extra copies ordered of Mikrokosmos -- 'Pig' poet remains unknown: Effigy hanger leaves 'body' strung high -- Emphasis on de-emphasis -- Letters to the editor -- Five university women attend AWS district meet at Dallas -- Set island theme for dorm dance -- WU news director resigns to garden, paint, and travel / Ed Thompson -- CUW raises $182 -- Midwest universities plan speech festival -- AFROTC cadets named for 'Outstanding' award -- AE offers night class in concrete
Photograph(s): John Mason Brown. p. 1 -- High strung effigy of Sunflower Editor-in-chief Diane Copeland was found Thursday morning dangling from a light pole in front of the Art Building. Dressed in cheese cloth, the over-sized, home-made voodoo doll wore warmups and a straw hat. p. 1 -- Six men were awarded Advance Outstanding AFROTC ribbons, the most distinguished decoration a cadet can receive. They include, from left, Joe Ayala and Irvin Decker, both Engineering seniors; David Comaeux and George Anderton, both Fine Arts juniors; David Williams, Liberal Arts senior; and Carl Greene, Engineering junior. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.62 no.42
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