The Sunflower, v.60, no.35 (February 21, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, February 21, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Cadets label Queen choices 'top secret': Air Force queen hopefuls; Army queen candidates -- 9 coeds vie for Army, Air Force honors -- Engineering open house set for Friday / Bill Anderson -- Council sends budget back for revision -- Press queen deadline near -- Author Kirby Page to speak Thursday -- US in adverse position in Middle East / D. R. Stewart -- Dr. Wall named secretary of group -- First at Kiel: Shockers drop Billikens -- WU, Cougars clash Saturday -- Tillman sees 'bright' 1956 grid season -- An anachronism -- 'Romeo and Juliet' production begins -- Just plain 'Bill': Psych class studies monkey / Beverly Haring -- Engineers open doors to public Friday: Industrial engineering trains top executives -- 264 enrolled in mechanical engineering / Beverly Haring -- Combined faculty, student effort planned annually / Milt Brantley -- Five seniors get AF commissions -- Dean Razak achieves wide recognition at early age -- Civil engineers establish name to show non-military aspect -- New course to retailers / Jim Ruffin -- 5-year plan offers combined degrees -- Choir to sing 20 selections -- Press club president speaks before high school group
Photograph(s): Of these nine beauties, one will be chosen queen of the Air Force ROTC and one will be chosen as queen of the Army ROTC. The two queens will hold the rank of Honorary Cade Colonel. In the above pictures (left to right standing) are AFROTC candidates Jody Evans, Joyce Phipps, Marita Mann, and Phyllis Brown. Seated is Beverly Little. Army ROTC candidates (lower picture) are Carolyn Young, Margie Romine, and Pat Penix. Seated is Carolyn Etter. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of campus building with two students talking on the stairs. p. 4 -- Members of the engineering planning committee make last minute arrangements for the open house of the School of Engineering. Representing the various fields are (left to right seated) Jack Wolf and Bob Lamb. Standing are Jim Schafer, A. G. Chambers, and Bill Keltner. Wolf is chairman of the planning committee. p. 5 -- Studying a steam engine to see how it starts are (from left) James Metzer, Bob Hamilton, and Grene Maxom. The steam engine will be one of the displays at the Engineering open house this weekend. p. 5