The Sunflower, v.64, no.31 (February 16, 1960)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, February 16, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Royalty, Top 10 campus men named: Hope Kroenlein gets Belle of the Ball title -- Engineers to show projects -- Tickets going fast for 'Trio' appearance -- Traffic rules will receive closer watch -- Last concert to be tonight -- Advisor bops back at beatnik bother / ACP -- New gridiron foe -- Advertising, public relations workshop opens tomorrow -- Health scholarships open until April 1 -- The editor's board: An international outlook -- Baker starts during wee hours to turn out myriads of 'goodies' / Chuck Williams -- Scabbard and Blade initiates 4 cadets -- Mu Phi elects Dirks president for 1960 -- YWCA to meet Thursday in CAC -- Rush starts for Kappa Phi -- Fashion calls for profusive checks -- First pledge class initiated into local Beta chapter -- Keglers to meet in WRA tourney -- WU co-host of MTNA -- Deadline for Queen set for March 1 -- Deadline set for directory applications -- Shocks down M-State in non-Valley battle -- The best answer is often silence
Photograph(s): All set: Engineering students, (left to right), Gerry Sibley, Loren Hall, and Don Palmer make final adjustments on a project to be displayed during "Open House." p. 1 -- Spring's brief interlude: Only last week art students Pat McKnight and Jane Robertson took advantage of spring-like weather. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Belle and Bill: Hope Kroenlein, Alpha Chai Omega, and her date Bob Miller, Delta Upsilon, were crowned Belle and Bill at the Haul Your Man dance Friday night. The 10 top senior men were also named. p. 3 -- Take oath: Two members of Company F, 7th Regiment, Pershing Riffles, National Honorary Military Society in the Army ROTC at the University, took their oath of office last Thursday. The officers were John B. Bandy, left, Company Commander, and Richard N. Wells, right, Personnel Officer. p. 4