The Sunflower, v.60, no.45 (March 27, 1956)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.45, Wichita, Kansas, March 27, 1956. - 8 pages

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Article(s): WU cadets to attend ROTC debate meet -- Noted Kansas journalist to speak at banquet / Bill Anderson -- 100 pages to a card: Reader aids students, saves space -- Easter convo is Thursday -- Maurita Hurtig is AWS head; 138 women vote in election -- Corbins' TV topic will be 'equality' -- Shakespearian love tragedy opens soon for 3-night run -- AFROTC plans Easter party -- Debaters entertain for 2 hours / Bill Anderson -- Sunflower to miss 2 vacation editions -- Time to re-organize -- What does Easter mean? -- 4 debaters plan trip to Norman for MV contest -- Shorter skirts: fashions call for sheaths / Nedra Baker -- '56 commencement for summer grads receives approval -- Deferment tests set for April 19 -- Nielander to speak in Texas -- Lighter, brighter: Men's wear changes colors / Milton Brantley -- Fashion show: Dames display spring clothes / Nancy Mallery -- 'A Star is Born': WU drum major in 'Picnic' / Shirlee Knight -- Grad council okays 3 new degree plans -- Dance program set next week -- Drive set record -- Golfers open with K-State -- 'Sitter problems': Mothers return to college / Deloris Clem -- Veteran summer school pay to be based on clock hours -- Easter vacation begins Thursday -- WU tops Washburn -- Needs fans, interest: Spring sports struggle to top / Joe Rodriguez -- Scrounges tops in tourney -- Shocks meet K-State in '56 baseball debut -- Intramural briefs -- Intramurals hold wrestling tourney -- Applications for Sunflower, Parnassus staffs due Friday -- Pep council calls for cheerleaders
Photograph(s): New machine: Professor Downing P. O'Harra shows Mahala Hayes how to use the new microprint reader called a Readex. The machine is designed to enlarge 9 by 6 inch microprint cards. The four boxes to the left contain sheets of microprints that would otherwise take six shelves to house. The boxes contain 123 volumes of United States Publications from the 15th to 18th congress. / photo by Ed Thompson. p. 1 -- Formal for spring: This new ballerina length party dress is very popular among coeds this spring. Wearing this formal of taupe tulle with the bodice shirred and trimmed with ice blue satin is Gerry Scott, Education junior. The dress is styled by Mary Carter. p. 3 -- Fashion show: A do-it-yourself fashion show was given in the meeting of the University Dames. The show featured fashions made by the wives of the University professors. Showing their fashions are, from left Mrs. [Jean] James Robertson, Mrs. [Marian?] Robert Frazer, Mrs. W. A. [Bernice] Nielaner, Sue Hanson, Mrs. [Lois] Loring Hanson, and Mrs. May Richards. Carolyn Fletcher is seated. p. 4 -- John Friesen. p. 5 -- Collarless coat sets style: Gerry Scott, Education senior, was caught by the photographer as she walked down the street in this new imported tweed coat for spring. A popular new style, it features straight, slim lines, is piped with braid, and has the collarless cardigan neckline. p. 8