The Sunflower, v.65, no.35 (February 28, 1961)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Important measures face SGA / Jack Robbins -- State aid opposition increases: Objections raised after senate vote Thursday / Vaugh Sink -- AROTC team slates opening -- The 'Fighting' Irish: Irish drama to start March 2 at Commons -- Open house draws large crowd here -- Attention coeds: Sunflower Press Queen contest deadline set -- Editorial views...NAACP-'Aye'; Wanted: 'full time leaders' -- Senior week to close with class coffee -- Editorial views: Pros and cons -- Physics Dept. signs lecturer -- Women's news: The social set / Linda Gummow -- Bearded trend hits WU campus while Kansas centennial continues / Elvira Valenzuela -- Center communique / David Davidson -- Scholarship winners are announced for seminar -- Kennedy new MB advisor
Photograph(s): Steve Gibson and Quincalee Brown are shown at rehearsal for the University Theater production of Sean O' Casey's "Juno and the Paycock." The play will begin a three-night run Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in teh Commons Auditorium. p. 1 -- Aeronautical engineering senior Phil Saunsaucie displays the model of an airplane which he designed as a class project in the engineering school. p. 1 -- Army ROTC Queen finalists: Five University coeds were named finalists in the Army ROTC queen contest, The Queen - not to be announced until March 23 - will reign over the annual Military Ball. The finalists are: (left to right) Carol Campbell, Liberal Arts freshman; Judy Christopherson, Fine Arts freshman; Jerrlea Costello, Liberal Arts sophomore; Judy Goss, Business junior; and Carolyn Stephens, Education junior. p. 3