The Sunflower, v.70, no.47 (February 21, 1966)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, February 21, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wednesday convo set for 'Select-A-Lecture' -- Music school hosts Talent Day -- Army to award full scholarships to '66 freshmen -- Conversational Spanish for tourists to be offered second semester -- Music dept. sets recital -- College students' deferment plans will be tested -- Philosophy Club to sponsor beat poet , Allen Ginsberg -- Reckless driving, speeding take toll in highway deaths / Jacquie Glasser --American students represent largest mass movement in education history -- Army Queen deadline Tuesday -- Death penalty losing favor across nation -- Help wanted -- Students and faculty give views; Position of teachers criticized -- Students voice conflicting opinions concerning recent apathy criticism / Marilyn Ruggles -- House querys Boeing crafts -- Three-sport Shocker is outstanding student -- High school gymnasts hold state meet Sat. -- Thinclads suffer loss at MU triangular meet -- Loyola avenges loss; Dumps Shockers 94-77 / Associated Press -- Ryun winner at New York Indoor Games
Photograph(s): Audition sign-up: Juniors and seniors, high school musicians from all over Kansas, sign up in the lobby of DFAC for audition time slots. Students were professionally evaluated for their performances. p. 1 -- Kerr holds convo: James Kerr, Chairman of the Winds and Percussions, addresses Kansas junior and senior music students at Saturday's Talent Day. p. 2 -- Through these portals have passed years of Jardine Hall traffic - always single file. Workmen have torn out part of the wall to allow for a larger entrance for the between-class rush. p. 3 -- [Dennis] Buth. p. 7 -- High school gymnast: Young athletes from 23 schools in the state of Kansas competed for honors of the Seventh Annual AA State High School Gymnastics Meet in the Field House Saturday morning. Here, strength and balance displayed on the parallel bars. p. 7 -- Peek-a-boo: Melvin Reed, junior center, contributes to the Shockers 96-79 victory over Bradley last Thursday night in the Field House as the Braves' Chuck Buescher seemingly slaps Reed's face. p. 8
"See Student Interviews Page 5"