The Sunflower, v.64, no.41 (March 22, 1960)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.41, Wichita, Kansas, March 22, 1960. - 4 pages

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Article(s): BPOC reorganizes effort to improve selection of slate -- 5,000 dollars given for FA organ -- Wichita finance groups underwrite music show -- Europe trip applications due today -- Harvard prof to speak here -- Europe trip applications due today -- Mikrokosmos sets deadline; 10 dollars offered for cover design -- Science fair entrants win scholarships -- The editor's board: Prestige and WU ; The more the merrier -- Inquiring reporter: Question of revision reveals definite problems, attitudes -- Musick wins $50 award for top paper -- Anthropologist to speak here -- That's the last straw / ACP -- Greeks take 83 new pledges as open rush season closes -- Betas to attend district meet -- WOC plans April banquet -- 3-day conference on aging begins tomorrow in CAC -- Newman meet held
Photograph(s): AWS officers: Elected Friday to head Associated Women Students were, seated, left to right, Sidney Watrous, president; Cathie Evans, second vice-president; and Linda Winston, treasurer. Standing, left to right, are Anne Deschner, corresponding secretary; and Hope Kroenlein, recording secretary. p. 1 -- Frank Vannerson. p. 1 -- Winner: Sally Ann Campbell, East High senior, stands beside the project she entered in the Wichita Region Science Fair held at the Fieldhouse Friday and Saturday. She is one of two East students awarded a $300 scholarship to the University and expense-paid trip to the National Science Fair at Indianapolis, Ind. / Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Dramatic scene: Two high school students, participants in the district drama festival here Saturday and Sunday, present a one-act play. Four-hundred students attended the festival, sponsored by the speech department / Gary Herlocker. p. 4
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