The Sunflower, v.68, no.35 (March 3, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, March 3, 1964. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Symphony concert to feature students -- May queen ballot set for Friday -- 'Macbeth' set for Thursday -- SGA meeting scheduled for tonight -- Journalist visits campus on Friday -- Air science awards given -- Students to attend orientation program -- Addition to science building to include labs, office room -- 6 Air Force ROTC queen hopefuls announced -- Editorial views: death on campus -- Works of art on exhibition in FAC foyer -- WAC officer to visit WU to interview -- Best dressed women judged for "Glamour" -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Dean of Education attends meeting -- UN, Washington study tour planned for college students -- Be a queen queen: Every coed has her chance to be member of royalty / Bill Rapps -- Student art work displayed in CAC -- Around the campus -- Shockers, Drake end seasons / Bill Mingle -- International Club to hear guest speaker
Photograph(s): Air Force Queen finalists are, from left, Becky Shenk, Janet Naegle, Betty Collins, Cheryl Brown, Joan Babich, and Terri Anderson. p. 1 -- Seventeen coeds were interviewed by the judges Sunday to determine the best dressed girls on campus. p. 3 -- Surrounded by the Tulsa Hurricane Ernie Moore drives for a basket in the Shocker's 98-79 victory over Tulsa. p. 4
"See Around the Campus on Page 4"