The Sunflower, v.64, no.35 (March 1, 1960)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, March 1, 1960. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 'Trio' nets 600 dollars for library -- Cessna presents 50,000 dollar grant: McKinley honored -- 'Goodbye, My Fancy' on stage next week; Hoak to direct -- Open house top awards announced -- Press Queen deadline set -- Debate teams set to meet Tulane, Iowa -- Deadline announced for make-up grades -- Bearcats drop Shockers 97-76 -- The editor's board: Congratulations SGA -- Inquiring reporter: Chessman's reprieve raises debate on capital punishment -- Teaching interviews -- Sororities initiate 77 coeds -- Campus capers / Carol Chambers -- Army cadets to select sweethearts -- IFC elects Hadley president
Photograph(s): Congratulations: Dr. Lloyd McKinley, retiring chairman of the chemistry department, is congratulated by Dwane Wallace, president of the Cessna Aircraft Co., after the announcement of a $50,000 grant to the department in honor of Dr. McKinley. President Harry F. Corbin, left, looks on. Mr. Wallace was once a student of Dr. McKinley. p. 1 -- Trio poses: The Kingsman Trio poses for the Sunflower photographer shortly after arriving in Wichita, Thursday. From left to right are Nick Reynolds, who moves so fast even a camera can't stop him; Dave Guard, and Bob Shane. p. 1 -- [Illegible] Queen hopefuls: Shirley Gilley, Alpha Phi; Lillian [illegible], Grace Wilkie Hall; and Barbara Moorhouse Miller, Alpha Chi Omega, are vying for May Queen honors. The three other candidates are pictured in the Feb. 19 Sunflower. Election for the May Queen [illegible] be held Friday. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 3
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