The Sunflower, v.69, no.39 (March 16, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.39. Wichita, Kansas, March 16, 1965. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wichita takes NCAA regional tourney: Tops Okla. State Cowboys 54-47 in finals at Manhattan Sat. night -- 110 KU students face peace disturbance charge -- 2 paintings taken from DFAC show -- Persian activities: International Club plans New Year celebrations -- Chemical Society program offers members possible employment -- Philosopher's topic: Machine Age danger / Bill Rapps -- Destruction may come to Niagra Falls -- Historic new deal helps to build WSU President's home / Charles Blue -- Off-campus accommodations varied / photo editorial by Allan Northcutt -- Improvement needed in University housing / Mike Snyder -- Boeing toured to observe new facilities -- Attend a French university without going to any classes / Karen Hart -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Kappa Delta Pi lecturer discusses books from elementary libraries -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- SMU bows to Shocks Fri. night -- UCLA first for for Shocks in NCAA semifinal, Friday
Photograph(s): Pandemonium personified: Shocker fans celebrate after Wichita won their first NCAA Midwest Regional over the Oklahoma State Cowboys 54-46. p. 1 -- Philosopher's philosopher: Dr. Brand Blanshard, professor emeritus of Yale, talks in the Political Science Building lounge Friday afternoon. p. 1 -- Object of search: Carpeted floors, multiple windows and spacious rooms, here shown by this example, are what students search for. This living room is 16 x 20. Students now living here searched on an average of four months before locating these accommodations Price: $35 per month, per person. p. 4 -- Inhabitable. p. 4 -- Community kitchen: Eight men use this kitchen. Picture is taken from door showing a table which is the only place to sit and eat in the dorm. Area was clean, well managed, but to be used by entire dorm community. p. 5 -- An extra: Ten men are expected to use a pay phone, one bathroom, one kitchen and to do their eating on a small table next to the sink. City code stipulates one bath for every eight persons, exactly the number of renters now occupying second floor, though last semester there were 10 men here. p. 5 -- Minimum lighting: A narrow hall borders five 10 by 14 cubicles that house two men each. Lighting is exactly what city code required, but the hall is uncarpeted and unheated. Outside doors have no locks. p. 5