The Sunflower, v.62, no.30 (February 11, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, February 11, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pepsters requested to establish rules -- Haul your man: [illegible] plans yearly reverse dance -- Jazz show canceled -- Convo slated for Thursday -- WU to offer air workshop -- Caraway plans visit to campus -- Collegiate GOP's reveal candidate in state race -- Retiring dean has taught 10,000 -- 3 exhibits shown in art halls -- ROTC grads duty tour cut -- Gunny sack? 'Stack style unbecoming,' says Gina Lollobrigida on TV / Evelyn Jones -- YW begins new project -- ISA to select 'sweetheart' -- Sewing method demonstrated to class -- Sorority installs 25 officers Feb. 3 -- Sewing method demonstrated to class -- Sorority installs 25 officers Feb. 3 - Inter-frat council names officers -- 5 star in 'The Crucible' -- 'Mikrokosmos' due March 1 -- College fuses 3 departments
Photograph(s): One of these women will become the Belle of the Ball Friday at the annual Haul Your Man Dance. Sponsored by the YWCA, the dance will be held in Henrion Gym. The winner will be determined by the number of tickets sold by the woman's sponsored organization. They include, from left, front row, Joyce Hjerpe, Grace Wilkie Hall; second row, Shirley Gilley, Alpha Phi; Shirley Reid, Alpha Chi Omega; and Elaine [illegible], Delta Gamma. Third row, Marjane Gaston, Delta Delta Delta; Eilene Jenkins, Gamma Phi Beta; Karen Hatfield, ISA. p. 1 -- Caraway. p. 1 -- Turner. p. 1 -- Dean John Rydjord -- Now it's official, might be the comment of Ruth Nichol, Education freshman, Mary Frances Watson and Judy Mayer, Liberal Arts juniors, who admire a sorority sweater displaying their national name, Delta Delta Delta. The other four campus sororities installed into national organizations became Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Delta Gamma, and Gamma Phi Beta. p. 3