The Sunflower, v.61, no.31 (February 12, 1957)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, February 12, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Dr. Hsieh, Physics prof, resigns; Will return to China homeland -- Engineers prepare for open house -- Booster trip deadline set -- Coed chosen beauty queen -- Two films to be shown by Wichita Film Society -- WU to host teachers meet; Seniors in education invited -- Profs guests at workshop -- Fund gains wheat, $1,800 -- Concert band Denver bound -- Editorial: Equality for all -- Dr. Cowgill named to editorial board -- Newman Club sets mass, meetings -- Shockers face tall Hilltoppers -- Sideline slants / Boyd Fogg -- Spring sports men to meet tomorrow -- Ice show offered -- Speech students meet finalists -- College prep discussed by debate team
Photograph(s): Named 1957 Kansas News Photographer's Queen recently was Sherry Tourtillott, Liberal Arts freshman. Miss Tourtillott, who was chosen from among candidates representing colleges, universities, and communities throughout the state, will receive a trip to Washington, D.C. in March to compete for national honors. She is active in drama, radio and formerly was assistant society editor of The Sunflower. Her sorority is Epsilon Kappa Rho. p. 1 -- Alfred Gallodoro will appear 8 p.m. Feb. 16 with the University Concert Band in the Commons auditorium. Mr. Gallodoro, the featured soloist, achieved fame from his playing of not one but three instruments: saxophone, clarinet, and bass clarinet. Mr. Gallodoro is remembered for his years of touring with Paul Whiteman, his recent "Omnibus” television appearance, and his own concert tours. Students will be admitted to the program on their I.D. cards. Regular admission will be $1. The instrumentalist’s musical technique and interpretations have made him a favorite with audiences, according to music critics. p. 1
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The Sunflower
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