The Sunflower, v.63, no.37 (March 6, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, March 6, 1959. - 6 pages
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Article(s): WU May Queen to be elected today: 7 senior women vie for top spring honor -- Local TV president appointed to UDB -- Election code passed by Student Congress -- Queen deadline extended -- Symphonette to perform -- 6-year 'partnership' nears end / Jim Gallant -- Dramatized reading: Prof. George Wilner is pictured as he reads a play to his students. He is currently directing his last play, "The Contrast," which will be presented next week / Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Editorials: Library looters -- Monday deadline set for Queen entries -- Experiment yields facts, but...How drug works still secret / Jim Gallant -- Child growth film to be shown today -- Debaters defeat Yeshiva -- Art students display work -- Men's dorm elect Dick Young prexy -- Applications being accepted for Men's insurance awards -- Management institute opens -- Coed honor group data sheets ready -- Intramural action at peak -- Shocks nip Drake, 78-72; Lose to St. Louis by 10 points -- Shocks lose dual track meet -- Shockers face Tulsa in finale tomorrow -- Just facts / Jim Collier -- Big 'O' leads MVC scorers -- Government interviews scheduled for March 12 -- Commercial art shown in FAC -- 3 to attend radio-tv clinic -- ROTC examinations set for next week -- BARB seeks ideas -- Attlee speaks Monday night
Photograph(s): Coeds vie: Seven May Queen candidates anxiously await the outcome of today's election. One will be crowned queen on May Day. The coeds are, from left, Ann Alldritt, Delores Sammons, Sharon McNeil, [illegible] Hupp, Marcene Solomon, and Annette Wiehl. Not pictured is Barbara Harris. The Queen will be announced following the election. She will receive her crown on May 1, at the evening ceremonies [illegible] Hippodrome and other May Day events. The May Day Queen polls will be open from 8:50 a.m. to 11 p.m. with polling places located in Neff Hall, Engineering Building, Fine Arts Center, Commons Building, and Jardine Hall. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Examines damage: Downing P. O'Harra, professor and librarian, examines books damaged by University students. The library display shows possible reasons for damage. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 2 -- Phi Sig Mike Clancy and Steve Mellis, Sig Ep, bowl a line. p. 4