The Sunflower, v.70, no.42 (February 9, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.42. Wichita, Kansas, February 9, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Enrollment reaches 9,596 by Saturday -- Pit Theatre auditions set -- WSU local frat nears charter from national -- LBJ, Vietnames heads end talks determined to defeat communists -- Shockers defeat powerful Loyola -- Larger calls: Student draft deferments weaker -- Ham operators try to form radio club -- Trunk contains literary gold mine for finders -- Students demand role in evaluating instructors -- Pep Council, CAC plan 1966 basketball dance -- Semester break yields 6 trophies for Shock debaters in 3 tourneys -- VISTA representatives finish drive -- University receives sixth Spanish grant -- Student ID cards being validated -- ROTC Queen applications end Feb. 22 -- Reel Time shows relate to local race problems -- WSU to sponsor European seminar; College credit available to students -- Women's fashion to remain loose; 'Alive', 'free' during coming season / Joy-Lyn Updike -- 'Midsummer night's dream' premiers today / Marilyn Ruggles -- WSU profs Tour Michigan schools; To try for similar system here -- Student scales ranks through Young Demos -- Logopedics starts expansion fund -- Wichita Museum shows art student's display -- Seven new juco stars to boost grid power -- Triangular to open track season, Missouri to host Shockers, Arkansas -- St. Louis victory topple Shockers from 1st to 5th
Photograph(s): Foggy first day: Second semester first-day students walk through the fog on the way to their classes. This semester has a record enrollment for the spring term. p. 1 -- Dr. Herman. p. 6 -- Opera to start: Shakespeare's immortal "Mid-Summer Night's Dream" will be put to music and presented by the WSU Opera Theater. This is a scene from the production. p. 7 -- Four professors returning from visit to Flint, Michigan. p. 8 -- Steve Joseph. p. 8 -- Up and over: Fred Burton, junior, works on his specialty, the pole vault. Burton is one of the six returning varsity lettermen that will participate in the Shocker's upcoming indoor track event. p. 11 -- Jamie Thompson strikes: Junior forward Jamie Thompson lays up two points and Corky Bell is patiently awaiting a rebound. Bell was top scorer in the 92-84 Loyola defeat with 26 points. p. 12 -- They all came tumbling down: Warren Armstrong falls on Loyola's Corky Bell after making a lay-up. This was one of the three point plays that put the Shockers ahead in the second half last night against the third-ranked Ramblers. p. 12