The Sunflower, v.61, no.52 (May 7, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.52, Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): WU takes first step toward nationalization -- New Mortar Board members 'tapped' at Hippodrome -- Seventy-eight students to be honored at Convo -- Sororis, Phi Sigs take Hippodrome honors -- Summer theater tryouts for comedies open May 8 -- Ohio U selects Janet Noel -- Editorial: Dream nears reality -- Six scribes honored at journalism banquet -- Circling drivers help create parking problem / Dick Stites -- High rating is given ACP -- Bookstore facilities to expand in Union / Dick Carson -- WU artists show works -- Heavy schedules: Mother, daughter near goal graduation planned for June / Robert Pope -- Change of date presents problem -- Dr. Read attends meet -- Increase in WU's revenue needed if current growth is to continue / Dick Stites -- 16 juniors nominated as distinguished cadets -- Prof exhibits rock hobby / Mary Simmonds -- Shocks attend KU Spanish meet -- Grad school sets PE master's plan -- KMUW staff jobs open next term -- Shocker nine splits twin bill with Tulsa -- Film society to feature 'Gates of Hell' -- Weather cancels outdoor concert -- 'Mural meet rescheduled -- A family story: Ice cream stand plus small boy -- Banquet honors top students
Photograph(s): May Queen Armida Romero reigned at the closing of campus May festivities, Friday night, in the Commons Auditorium. Miss Romero, who was selected in the last general campus election, is an Education senior and a member of Alpha Tau Sigma Sorority. p. 1 -- The men of Phi Upsilon Sigma fraternity walked off with the first place trophy in the men's division of Hippodrome with their skit on silent movies of the '20s. Second place went to Alpha Gamma Gamma. p. 5 -- Sorosis sorority took top honors in the women's division of Hippodrome, part of campus May festivities, and was awarded the first place trophy during coronation Friday evening. p. 5