The Sunflower, v.62, no.43 (March 28, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.43, Wichita, Kansas, March 28, 1958. - 10 pages
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Article(s): SC endorses parking fee -- Engineers open doors to public -- Greek sing slated Sunday in Commons -- MV forensic meet draws 13 colleges -- FA festival concert at 8 tonight -- Opportunities to be topic of discussion -- Wednesday is deadline for Hippodrome entries -- No enigma-$1 -- For art's sake: Reviewer says Mikrokosmos 'admirable' attempt by staff / Beverly Haring -- Brown comments on TV, playwrights, books for press / Charles L. Williams -- YW elects new officers -- Healing power to be lecture topic -- Convo will feature Easter talk, music -- Lotion maker sponsors ad competition -- Vacation set for April 3-8 -- 'Overblouse' tops almost everything this year -- Variety of accessories suggested -- Hats have old styles-new ways -- Fitted gloves aid chemise -- Men's hats are darker, smaller than last year's -- Awards presented to sweethearts -- Washable Ivy League styles to reign again this spring -- New shapes, colors characterize shoes / Carol Clay -- New styles point way to elaborate makeup -- Chemise takes fashion lead -- A new slant: Paris' new 'trapeze' creation has conal, pyramid-like look -- Musical first claimed by woodwind group -- Yearbook staff plans May 15 distribution -- Expect 5,703 students for music festival here -- Schedules set for spring sports: Teams will compete in 43 spring events -- April 8 set for practice -- East gridder signs intent letter for next semester -- Shocks take opener, 6-0 -- Gamma Phi's win women's bowling -- Eight teams finish first round play -- 'Mural entries due April 2 -- Judo match ends in draw for team -- Shock talk / Larry McComb -- Magazine names 2 coeds -- Senior given language assistantship at KU
Photograph(s): Over muddy campus parking areas such as Veterans' Field lot may become a thing of the past. Student Council members voted Monday night to endorse a $300,000 University improvement program which [illegible] provide for paved parking areas, added lighting and access road facilities. p. 1 -- YPO panelists look over discussion material for Sunday's panel talks in the Commons. They are, from left, S. O. Beren, Willard Garvey, and Dean Ritchie. Looking over their shoulder is Dr. Jack Heysinger, dean of the College of Business Administration. p. 1 -- Practicing for the first all-campus Greek Sing contest are members of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. The contest, sponsored by Mu Phi Epsilon, music sorority, will be held in the Commons Auditorium at 3 p.m. Sunday. p. 3 -- Diana Brewer models a new silk print chemise in the style that is rapidly becoming popular with coeds. p. 4 -- A black wool chemise is favored by Mary Joan Hiner [illegible] semi-formal occasions both [illegible] off the campus. p. 4 -- Shown above is a modified chemise, styled by Mr. Mort. p. 6