The Sunflower, v.62, no.51 (May 2, 1958)

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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Angulo, Joseph , Crockett, Helen M. , Pronko, N. H. (Nicholas Henry), 1908- , Sausen, Inez , International Club , Student Council -- Constitution
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.51, Wichita, Kansas, May 2, 1958. - 6 pages
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Article(s): WU's biggest Hippodrome is today: First skit set for 8:30 a.m. in Auditorium -- SGA constitution passes in election -- Outstanding seniors to receive honors -- SC suggests a two-week finals rest -- Outstanding seniors to receive honors -- Spanish trip planned; 21 will tour Mexico -- Hippodrome sees many changes / Roy Larue -- Registration set for night classes -- Journalists to hear Judge Raum -- Publications applications are due tomorrow meaning -- Research has major role at WU -- Marching band records new State Fair composition -- Track meet sees five records set; E State tops Thinclads -- Netmen down Southwestern -- Squads prepare for football: Gridders have early game -- WU nips Schilling AFB, KU set to meet Tulsa U. next -- Linksters to meet Sooner golf foes -- US, foreign students meet to form club -- 10 one-acts to be given -- K D Pi installation set for Tuesday
Photograph(s): May Day chairman, Stan Haring, admires one of the trophies to be presented to winners during the festivities and contests. With him is Leslie Wilson, Hippodrome chairman. The trophies will be presented to first and second place skit winners in the three divisions. p. 1 -- Places to be visited on the 15-day Mexican tour sponsored by the Spanish department are pointed out by J.E. Angulo, Spanish lecturer. Others pictured planning the trip are, left to right, Carl Amann, [illegible] Sausen, Mathematics instructor, Mr. Angulo, Helen Crockett, official sponsor, and Sandra Stewart. The group of 21 students, faculty, and guests who are taking the tour will leave Wichita June 2 and return June 16. p. 1 -- [illegible] engineering professor explains the wind tunnel to engineering students; [illegible] research is conducted on a rodent by a zoology student; Not toys, but tools in a psychological experiment, are a pigeon and a truck; Weights in the wind tunnels provide research and study materials for many areonautical [sic] engineering students; A network of bottles, copper tubing values, and pipes provide a design for a chemistry experiment. This is one of many kinds of research carried on here; With bottles that would delight the fashionable lady, geology students make preparations for an experiment. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.62 no.51
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