The Sunflower, v.64, no.43 (March 29, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.43, Wichita, Kansas, March 29, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Finalists chosen for Military Ball Queens: 9 coeds selected by cadet corps -- New NAACP group pickets chain stores -- Abolition announces candidates -- 2 candidates, project named by CHANGE -- NDEA grant awarded to WU senior -- SGA to back blood drive -- Read resigns post - Percussion group gives annual concert tonight -- CAC offers bridge -- The editors board: On Sunflower policy -- Paintings, pots, and people / Richard Miller -- 48th annual May Day fete to be observed by campus / Carol Chambers -- Speech department trio to stage 'Terrible Meek' -- Coed receives European trip
Photograph(s): Army selects: The coeds pictured above were selected as queen finalists by the Army ROTC cadets. Left to right are Janet Funke, Margaret Foley, Fran Pracht, and Deanna Lassen. One of the coeds will serve as Co-Queen at the Military Ball and also as Batallion [sic] Sweetheart of Army ROTC. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- AFROTC Queen finalists: Finalists in the AFROTC queen contest are (standing, left to right) Lynda Scott, Charlotte Vitz, and Peggy Edminster. Seated are Earlene Ambler and Sherry Wickliff. One of the coeds will be chosen as Co-Queen of the Military Ball / Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Dr. C. B. Read. p. 1 -- Army Blues trophy: Henrietta Nye, company commander of the Army Blues drill team, holds the trophy won by the ROTC coeds of the annual Illinois Invitational Drill Meet at Champaign, Ill. The women were not actually in competition for the trophy but were honored by the presentation of it. p. 3 -- Targets up: Two high school rifle team members draw beads on targets in the High School Invitational Rifle Match, held on Campus Friday and Saturday. The match was sponsored by the Army ROTC. p. 4