The Sunflower, v.61, no.55 (May 17, 1957)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.55, Wichita, Kansas, May 17, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Election polls open today: 3 booths available -- Spring alumni reunion to honor five classes -- First of art summer shows now on display -- French workshop for children scheduled for this summer -- New speech award won by McLean -- Today last day for distribution of WU yearbook -- Students may alter conflicting finals -- Elect Gotner rifle captain -- Editorials: Student council's best year; Today's challenge -- Bureau has no trouble finding teacher jobs -- Plans changed: Dream house replaces goal of European teaching jobs / Robert Pope -- British prof addresses WU math society -- 'Indescribable': First impressions of U.S. related by Fulbright student / Larry Hilliard -- Engineers to inspect degree plans at WU -- Big-little sister call issued by AWS -- Popp crowned Jubilee Queen -- Alpha Taus win WRA trophy -- Women's phys ed will honor seniors with annual dinner -- Collegiate Young Republicans present gavel to LA senior -- Members of speech classes to vie in Jaycee contest -- Honor men hear President Corbin -- Fines must be paid -- 2 chemistry majors win physics award
Photograph(s): Ron Eeles; Hal Rhodes; Stan Haring; and Don Butts. p. 1 -- Marc McLean; Duo winners of the Harbison Award for outstanding service in forensics were Dick Gregg, left, and Joanne Trovillo. Assoc. Prof. Leslie Blake, center, presented the award at the annual Speech Awards Banquet held Sunday. p. 1 -- Joyce Popp. p. 5 -- Young Republicans recently honored Arlie Becker, Liberal Arts senior, at their final meeting of the school year. Miss Becker was presented with a gavel for her service to the club. In addition to her activities at the University, Miss Becker also served as third vice-chairman and chairman of the state Collegiate Young Republicans. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.61 no.55
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