The Sunflower, v.62, no.36 (March 4, 1958)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.36, Wichita, Kansas, March 4, 1958. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Students elect Norton Queen: 494 votes cast Friday -- Foreign expert to speak -- Plan show from Alibi -- English prof records LP for folkways -- 'The Crucible' opens Thursday night -- 1st all-Greek sing set for March 30 -- The people's choice? -- BA senior has French co-worker / Alex Mitchell -- Inquiring reporter: 'Lack of publicity' reason students miss SFB lectures / Beverly Haring -- 50 vie in contest -- Candidates announced for '59 AWS council -- Sororities, fraternities pledge 58 -- YW to discuss summer camps -- Frat initiates new members -- Seek poems for college publication -- Gamma Phi elects -- Young Democrats to make bid for state collegiate conclave -- Not forgotten: Staff helps sick custodian
Photograph(s): Bandsman named: The Outstanding Bandsman Award was presented Friday night to John Friesen, Fine Arts senior. Chosen by the music faculty, the award was sponsored by Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary band fraternity. Friesen was named at a dance in the Fine Arts foyer. p. 1 -- A total of 494 votes were cast Friday in the election in which Sally Jo Norton, Liberal Arts senior, was named 1958 May Queen. Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Gamma Fraternity, Miss Norton is an art education major. Miss Norton will reign over the May Dance and will be introduced at the Hippodrome skits on May Day. In addition she will present trophies to winning organizations. / photo by Jerry Rogers. p. 1 -- Committee members of Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary music society which is sponsoring the all-Greek sing, look over the rules of the contest. They include, from left, first row, Ellen Burmeister, president, and Janice Hupp. Second row, Jackie Hicks, Sally Shank, general chairman, and Lenore Wheeler. The sing will be at 3 p.m. March 30 in the Commons Auditorium. p. 1
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