The Sunflower, v.66, no.42 (March 23, 1962)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.42, Wichita, Kansas, March 23, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Political party causes 'Much Ado' with SGA / Dave Hanks -- Police court action rules student guilty / Richard Meyer -- 6th Fine Arts Festival opens concert series -- 5 political parties register for approaching election -- Poet to visit classes today -- Science Fair opens today -- Editorial views: Festival support? -- The readers speak: Student disagrees with 'aid' letter / Martin L. Kerns -- ROTC hosts 43 rifle teams -- Nuclear tests resumed / Kaye Wilson -- Music school gains honors in magazine -- Smart, comfortable men's fashions dictated by Kennedy, College students -- Long, lean lines listed as male dress 'musts' -- 'Hat variety' appears fashion wise this year -- 'Beautiful you' hints include make-up, grooming, posture / Jeanne Esaw -- Fashion forecast -- New theme circles around 'Americana' -- '62 track team shows promise despite loss of three seniors / Tom Mallisee -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Interfest progresses to half-way mark -- 4 speakers set for 'Secretarial' seminar -- TV show airs Samoan set-up -- 'Open House' guests asked by engineers -- Area confab set for institute group -- 'Oppenheimer' film set for 12:15 p.m
Photograph(s): Press Queen Dallas Crump models a new high fashion spring cocktail dress of the white silk crepe. / photo by Tom Doan. p.1 -- Belle of the ball contestants are from left: Sharon Weiss, Terri Dehon, Julie Champlin, and Debbie Snyder. Not pictured is Mary Lisenby. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Bernie Denker wears the fashionable pinstripe suit in popular black color, a dacron and wool blend. p. 3 -- Wearing the new finger-tip length jacket with rain hat to match is Pete Strout. p. 3 -- For date or informal wear Bernie Denker wears a weightless blazer in an orlon and wool blend. p. 3 -- For warm spring days Fran Pracht, Press Queen finalist, models tapered pants of silk, rayon, and cotton blend; Longing to take that spring trip Lee Bacon, Press Queen finalist, wears a smart two-piece suitdress of raw silk; Stepping into spring in silk shantung are (left) Jan Laham and Mary Ridgway, Press Queen finalists; Margie Hamlett, Press Queen finalists, wears the right spring travel outfit with her comfortable white nubby wool coat; The 'Liz' look is worn by Cappy Mayo, Press Queen finalist. / photos by Tom Doan. p. 3 -- Ray Wilson, track co-captain; Phil Johnson, track co-captain. p. 5
"Spring Campus Fashions See Page 3, 4"
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The Sunflower
v.66 no.42
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