The Sunflower, v.64, no.37 (March 8, 1960)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.37, Wichita, Kansas, March 8, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): WU to receive funds for Library: Donation by Ablah families -- Tuition to rise next fall -- Grads pass exam to become CPA's -- 'Wichita 1984' to be theme of YPO meet -- Anti-slander party policy - Richardson -- AFROTC unit wins trophy -- 'Goodbye, My Fancy' to open here Thursday -- The editor's board: New policy needed... ; And it snowed -- Science fair exhibit set -- Inquiring reporter: SGA representation viewed -- Top scholarship recognition goes to Tri-Delts, Betas -- Angel flight, Army 'Blues' travel to Colorado, Illinois -- Campus Capers -- Engineering prof asked to write about experiences while in India / Pat Smythe -- Medical science club newly formed group
Photograph(s): New library closer: The new proposed library may become a reality sooner than expected due to a gift which was presented at last night's Board of Regents meeting. The Frank and Harvey Ablah families presented the University with the title to a parcel of land, title to and income from an office building and the equity in the building. Construction should, thus, begin in 1961. p. 1 -- Queen elect: Jeanne Seacat, Delta Gamma, who was elected May Queen Friday, will reign over May Day festivities, May 6. Miss Seacat, above, is surrounded by her court, which includes: (left) Shirley Gilley, Alpha Phi; and Barbara Miller, Alpha Chi Omega; (right) Donna Kay Gooden, Delta Delta Delta; Karen Williams, Gamma Phi Beta; and Lillian Huffman, Grace Wilkie Hall. p. 1