The Sunflower, v.60, no.54 (May 4, 1956)

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1956-05-04
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Student Council -- Constitution
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.54, Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): May Day activities replace classes today / Leslie Wilson -- Patton resigns -- New government plan proposed -- Political discussion tentatively planned -- Council amends rules on cheerleader grades -- Hippo scholarship ok'd -- $10,000 addition: New organ added to facilities -- Honor group to be feted at Banquet -- Grad to display art work -- Little UN meet planned for Winfield -- Dorm plans May election -- Speech awards banquet set -- Except for Websters: Hippodrome skits prove tiring -- Gamma dinner held Saturday -- Kappa Phi officers honored at banquet -- University band chooses officers -- Your vote counts -- Alumni launch fund drive for student aid -- Kansas secretaries take tests here -- New constitutions needs students okay -- Baseball season ends today, Miller assumes head reins -- Master's degree tests planned -- Summer French class offered for children -- Set for duty in France: ROTC major assigned to NATO -- Students to direct concert band in two performances
Photograph(s): Mel Patton. p. 1 -- Summer repair: The repair of the Fieldhouse roof which was damaged last winter by high winds will begin early this summer. The roof was laid in unseasonably cold weather last November. The tar in the roof did not have a chance to seal the outer decorative coating. p. 1 -- Inquiring reporter: Interviewing students for their opinions on this week's question is Deloris Clem, better known as the Inquiring Reporter. Here she talks to Earl Jackson and Marjorie Wolfe. / photo by Ed Thompson. p. 5 -- Major William S. Borders. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.60 no.54
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