The Sunflower, v.60, no.32 (February 10, 1956)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, February 10, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 37 music students in auditions -- Regents study plans; football schedule set -- To inaugurate weekly University TV program / Merle Block -- Welcome to what? -- Original prints to be shown -- Sports, religion join at dinner -- Rainey is forum speaker tonight -- Application time: Scholarships, fellowships plentiful for graduates / Diane Copeland -- Campus GOP to pick queen -- Kirby Page, noted author, here for Council Coffee, Feb. 23 -- Three cars collide on campus street -- If weather allows: Shocker fans fly to game -- Roles in drama finally filled -- ISA selects Joyce Ayers as queen of 'Sweetheart' dance -- Pledge classes pick officers -- AWS lunch slated
Photograph(s): Ten top senior men were named at the annual Haul Your Man Dance in Henrion Gymnasium Saturday night. Receiving the titles were, left to right, Ben Kubes, Mr. Athlete; Haroldean Stover, Mr. Engineer; Jim Mann, Mr. Government; Bill Buttram, Mr. Scholar; Jay Decker, Mr. Music; Bill Tomlinson, Mr. Personality; Howard Dull, Mr. Military; Gil Tatman, Mr. Collegiate; and Don Dalrymple, Mr. Photographer. Not pictured is Warren Tanner, Mr. Executive. p. 1 -- Belle and Bill of the Ball at the HYM Dance Saturday night were Vicki Basham, of Pi Kappa Psi, and Jerry Gross, of Kansas State College. The award was made on the basis of the woman who sold the most tickets to the dance. The winner's escort was awarded the title of Bill of the Ball. p. 3
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The Sunflower
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