The Sunflower, v.61, no.39 (March 12, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.39, Wichita, Kansas, March 12, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Ad council lengthens '57-'58 vacations: SC request for change approved -- Students chose Armida Romero to reign as WU's 1957 May Queen -- Concert star to be noted guitar player -- Jewish folklore is basis of society's next showing -- Judy Vail crowned Parnassus Queen -- A Cappella, Madrigal Singers perform tonight at concert -- Editorials: Growing with WU ; A new dignity discerned -- Play well received: 'The Devil's Disciple' pleases the audience with satirical humor / Ed Thompson -- Shocks race by Pitt: WU scores 33-31 win -- Trackmen scheduled to go to Boulder for indoor relay -- Wichita places two on all-valley squads -- Mural games are slated -- PE dept. taking entries for 'murals -- Pi Alph frat slated to get new charter -- AWS to elect officers Friday
Photograph(s): May Queen Armida Romero Friday was elected in the first queen election under the new Student Council election code. Miss Romero received the highest number of points among the six candidates in the election. The queen will reign over the annual May Dance, and Hippodrome. She will be crowned in the Commons Auditorium, May 3. p. 1 -- Crowned Queen of the 1957 Parnassus Friday night was Judy Vail, Liberal Arts senior, sponsored by Epsilon Kappa Rho Sorority. p. 1