The Sunflower, v.64, no.53 (May 10, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.53, Wichita, Kansas, May 10, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 2 soloists named for 'Gerontius' -- Sig Eps, Gamma Phis present top skits -- Congressional candidate to speak here -- Annual honors convo to host 124 students -- High school scribes here for Field Day -- SGA office to be filled -- Teacher prospects to be interviewed -- The editor's board: Curb needed ; Can SGA do it? -- 'Hand on foot' too slow in race -- New job interview added to schedule -- Angel Flight names senior commander -- Greek Week underway here -- Sig Eps win disc contract -- Panhellenic council will host coffee -- LA senior elected to helm of IFC -- Wilner, recognized scholar, to retire after 37 years / Martha Miller -- Industrial arts club selects top senior
Photograph(s): Top independent winners: Herk's Jazz Quintet took home first place in the independent class at Hippodrome. The quintet is headed by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Top skit: Gamma Phi Beta's "Maline in Wonderland" was the top prize winner in the Women's division of the annual Hippodrome presentations held Friday. "A Dream Come True," by Alpha Chi Omega, was the 2nd place winner in this division. p. 1 -- Brings reform: The price of coffee in the CAC was reduced to 5 cents for an hour following the presentation of Sigma Phi Epsilon's prize winning satire "Tea-house of the August Goon." p. 1