The Sunflower, v.65, no.51 (May 2, 1961)

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1961-05-02
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.51, Wichita, Kansas, May 2, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Mortar Board: 8 coeds installed into honor society -- DDDs, Phi Delts win Hippodrome trophies: First place also goes to KMUW / Vaughn Sink -- Austin Albu to be last SFB speaker -- First 'Charley's Aunt' presentation tomorrow -- Editorial views: Extremists resolved -- 3 films shown May 3 in Library -- Kappa Pi: Annual spring fair scheduled by honorary art fraternity -- Women's news: The social set / Linda Gummow -- DDD's give 2 scholarships -- Bright contrasting accessories give stylish look to costumes -- Don Wiles awarded OSU physics grant -- Spring sports scoreboard -- Air cadets plan trips -- 'Interfest' slated May 12-14 at Sacred Heart by WIA
Photograph(s): KMUW-FM, campus radio station, won first place in the independent competition with their film and stage production entitled 'Psy-Coed.' The skit was directed by Lance Hayes, Liberal Arts senior. p. 1 -- 'And he doesn't know the territory!': A scene from 'Music Man' was used to open the Delta Delta Delta skit, 'My Fair WUShock,' first place winners in the satire on state aid was based on the Broadway musical [illegible]. p. 1 -- Members of Phi Delta Theta perform a dance routine during their skit, 'The Three Musketeers,' to take first place in the fraternity division. The setting for the presentation was a small English village. / photo by Don Estes. p. 1 -- Eight new Mortar Board members were initiated in the campus chapter of the national honorary ceremonies Sunday afternoon in the Alpha Phi house. Next year's members include, (back row) Linda Christian, Shirley Reed, Jan Foltz, Ann Deschner and (front row) Joyce Cole, Milly Wolcott, Cathy Evans, and Linda Plott. p. 3
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