The Sunflower, v.69, no.55 (May 21, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, May 21, 1965. - 17 pages
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Article(s): Lecture by 3 Birchers fills Morrison: Cox, Love, Myers give talks; Lindquist controls audience -- Enrollment changes; Computers planned / Judy Fairhurst -- Fall publication heads to be Hart, Jackson -- Journalist to deliver commencement speech -- Tuition hike set for '65 -- Final SGA meeting studies future frosh representation -- Moorhouse gives 'Candy' criticism / John Crittenden -- Uninhibited vitality for younger set / Linda Russell -- Special military formation honors eight ROTC cadets with awards -- '64-'65 wrap-up -- Urban U.S. becoming megalopolis / Cliff Tarpy -- The prophet speaks: Alienation in 150,000 BC / Mike Snyder -- Inside SGA: Budget, CAC, memories / Bill Rapps -- Committee's probes observed by critics / Cliff Tarpy -- WSU Alumni present recognition certificates -- English instructor Wallace completes Samoa teaching / Mike Snyder -- Specialization endangers development of student -- Graduate application forms available -- 9 week Spanish institute to be held / Larry Sourbeer -- WSU Flying Club continues operations through summer -- Faculty, students at ISU find contacts difficult -- Swartz and Volpe end Guest Lecture Series / Sally Inabinet -- ROTC indoctrination slated for summer -- Bruins building university replica of Celtics, Yanks / Mike Hall -- Parsons juco star planning to play for Wichita State -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- Shocker vintage year reviewed -- Future looks great for WSU Shockers / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Executive staffs: Publications staff members for next year are: Willis C. Jackson, Sunflower editor-in-chief; Judy Fairhurst and Cliff Tarpy, Sunflower co-managing editors; Karen Hurt, Parnassus editor-in-chief; and Allan Northcutt, Parnassus business manager. Not pictured: Robert Harvey, Sunflower business manager. p. 1 -- Scholarship winners: Tri-Delta Scholarship winners were honored at the annual Pansy Breakfast recently. Pictured, left to right, are: Cathi Wyler, Judy Flickner, both scholarship recipients; Mary Lou Starkweather, breakfast chairman; Diane Pedicord, Sorosis scholarship holder; and Sandra Rauscher, scholarship recipient. p. 2 -- Special awards: Eight Army ROTC cadets were given special recognition in a formation held last Saturday morning in the DFAC parking lot. These awards are given annually to cadets who have achieved outstanding accomplishments in both military and academic standings. p. 3