The Sunflower, v.70, no.55 (March 11, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, March 11, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Birth control, Palestine issues topics of CCUN discussion -- ICY Sets spring speakers, Dr. Farnsworth to start -- Lt. Col. James Pool speaks to AF-ROTC -- May Queen voting today -- NASA to provide work, projects on WSU campus -- Fellowship awarded -- WSU student killed in car accident -- Fraternity pledges listed -- Meteorology prof to talk -- Anchorettes hit trail for Champaigne meet -- SGA installs three Thursday -- Federal job openings numerous this year -- Cutler talk in Spanish -- WSU artists may enter work in annual Mid-America Exhibit -- Engineering film slated Thursday -- Let's bury the whip -- Readers voice views concerning 'Ginsberg problem', free speech -- 'King of the Road' heads NARAS list -- Society, Shocker style: Support the Shockers themes mark campus weekend activity -- Frisco film to be shown -- Experience will benefit 'Our Town' -- Musicians WSU reps to MENC -- 'Spartacus' set in CAC Ballroom -- Shocks seek end to NIT troubles -- Baseball opens here Mar. 21
Photograph(s): Big women: Connie Buck, Anna Satula Talley, Judy Fairhurst and 18 other women were honored Wednesday night at the BWOC Banquet by AWS. -- p. 1 -- Sign up: Students sign the SHOCKERGRAM Thursday to bolster the basketball team Monday night at the NIT. Alpha Kappa Psi sponsored the message. p. 1 -- Ship ahoy: Anchorettes wave good-bye as they board a bus to take them to drill competition in Champainge, Ill. p. 2 -- Revolt of gladiators: On the march against Rome, Spartacus, played by Kirk Douglas, leader of the rebel slaves, learns from his wife Lavinia, played by Jean Simmons, that she is carrying his child. The Academy Award winning motion picture, 'Spartacus,' will be presented by Two-bit Flick at 4 and 8 p.m. Friday in the CAC Ballroom. p. 7 -- Photograph of 1965-66 Shockers basketball team. Caption is illegible. p. 8