The Sunflower, v.62, no.44 (April 1, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, April 1, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Plans to guide SFB re-organization OK'd -- Sociologist to speak tomorrow -- TU wins trophy in MV meet -- WU student groups plans unit of ARS -- Open house draws crowd despite rain -- Delta Gamma's, Pi Alph's win 1st Greek sing -- Convo to feature Dr. Hekuis today -- A matter of choice -- Dr. Habein to head Deans' Group -- Mortar Board sends activity questionnaires -- Tri Delta's elect Officers for '59 -- AWS plans annual dinner on April 15 -- Easter Bunny entertains 200 Logopedics children -- Cup presented to secretary by students -- Carol Burk named Phi Sig sweetheart -- Young Demos support tax veto -- UP extends drama critic membership -- Art building, theater house student exhibits
Photograph(s): [illegible] weight is measured by Engineering students during [illegible] Open House Friday and Saturday. The weight is calculated by stress placed on a beam from which a swing-type chair is [illegible] Scores of visitors, including many high school students, attended [illegible] house. p. 1 -- Delta Gamma sorority won the first place trophy in the women's division of the Greek Sing Sunday in the Commons Auditorium. Joyce Popp, sorority music director, receives the trophy from Deane Looney, master-of-ceremonies. Delta Delta Delta sorority won second place in the sing. Approximately 1000 people atteded [sic] the sing. p. 1 -- Accepting the trophy for Pi Alpha Pi Fraternity which won first place in the men's division of the Greek Sing Sunday is Bob Harris, fraternity music chairman, right. Deane Looney, master-of-ceremonies presented the trophy. Pi Alph sang "Anywhere I Wander" and the fraternity's sweetheart song. Second place went to Alpha Gamma Gamma. p. 1 -- Two Angel Flight women entertain a boy from the Institute of Logopedics during the Easter Egg Hunt held on campus. Thursday, Janice Knutsen, left, and Barbara Nattier look at the boy's cap pistol. Approximately 200 children attended the party given by the Air Force ROTC. p. 3