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The Sunflower, v.65, no.39 (March 14, 1961)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.39, Wichita, Kansas, March 14, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Unfavorable mention: WU related to Birchers in lengthy 'Time' story / Jim Collier -- State Aid bill pounded Friday in House Committee hearing -- SGA amendment vote set for today -- 'Real political atmosphere' aim of new 'ACTION' party -- Noted critic to be next SFB speaker -- Fight for state aid continues -- Meade senior wins coveted Harry Gore scholarship -- Editorial views: No title -- Part II. Academic cheating discussed / Alan D. Gow -- Sunflower nabs first in contest -- 3 essential necessary for beautiful coed eyes / Karen Baker -- Women's news: The social set -- Cathie Evans elected president of YWCA in Friday's vote -- 'Spaghetti' plans readied by Newmans -- Candidates named for annual AWS election Friday -- Colorado-Derby building plans opening Thursday -- Da Vinci art exhibit opens tomorrow -- Mag deadline nears
Photograph(s): Six senior women are competing for the 1961 May Queen title. University students will select the Queen at March 24 election. The winner will reign during May Day festivities, April 28. Pictured top, left to right, are Marlene Dirks, Grace Wilkie Hall; Diana Brewer, Delta Delta Delta and Beta Theta Pi; and Sidney Watrous, Alpha Chi Omega. Bottom, left to right, Henrietta Nye, Gamma Phi Beta; Quincalee Brown, Alpha Phi; and Myrna Schenck, Delta Gamma. / photo by Don Estes. p. 1 -- 'The eyes have it' if the three essentials - eye pencil, shadow and mascara - are applied properly. When applied skillfully the 'three musts' create a lovely accent and frame for any coed's eyes. / photo by Don Estes. p. 3