The Sunflower, v.64, no.40 (March 18, 1960)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 18, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Sunflower names McConnell Queen -- SGA hopefuls to register for election -- 2 sororities, fraternities, pledge support to new CHANGE party -- SGA looks at problem of drainage -- Teacher interviews to be next week -- AWS elections today in CAC -- Radio, TV students place 2nd in conference at Oklahoma U. -- Dean speaks at KSU -- The editor's board: What about attitudes? -- Thank goodness: Games committee to offer weekly 'TGIF' programs / Pat Smythe -- Civil services interviews slated here -- 46 compete for scholarships -- Diamond men ranked high -- WU trackmen take 3rd in Milwaukee journal meet -- WU to host tennis clinic -- All colors of rainbow springtime [illegible] / Carol Chambers -- Double blouse new aspect of coming fashion season -- Men's styles more daring; plaids will dominate apparel / Gary Herlocker -- Color conscious coeds slated for stylish rating this spring / Paula Bird -- Variety of shoes vital for stylish coed -- Coeds may borrow -- Kappa Delta Pi seeks members -- Letter, Overcoat, Homburg open opera, theatre door / Martha Miller -- Paintings, pots, and people / Richard Miller -- Fraternity spaghetti dinner set / Al Higdon -- April 28-30 set for play -- Drama festival slated here -- Dates & data
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photograph of Joy McConnell. p. 1 -- Press Queen finalists: Coeds selected as finalists for the Sunflower's Press Queen were, seated, left to right, Joy McConnell, who was chosen Queen; Jone Guthridge, Linda Plott, Ruth Nichol, and standing, Suzanne Humphrey, Naomi Jo Scott, Becky Fehring, and Suzanne Stoner / Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Embroidered sundress : This bone-colored sundress [illegible] orange, brown, and green flowers, is modeled by Joyce Allegro, freshman. The jacket slips off and reveals a cool summer dress. The [illegible] and had worn are in complementing shades. Clothes and accessories are courtesy of Henry's Suburban Ladies Department. p. 4 -- Two uncaptioned photographs of individuals wearing suits and standing in front of a fireplace. One person is also wearing a hat. p. 5 -- Sporty lavender Bermudas: Checked lavender Bermudas are shown above along with a matching shirt. These are made from the cotton tweed with a rough weave. The clam digger shirt has roll-up sleeves and button-down collar. Clothes are courtesy of Henry's Suburban Sportswear / Gary Herlocker. p. 6 -- Second big winner: Robert Ault, graduate Art fellow, poses with his second big winner. Ault recently won the $250 purchase of the "Air Capital Exhibit." He also won another purchase prize earlier in the year. p. 7