The Sunflower, v.70, no.56 (March 14, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.56. Wichita, Kansas, March 14, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): State funds matched: $150,00 federal grant to expand science hall -- Cheerleader fund drive nets trip -- 'Mrs. Lear Jet' gives Grad Club informed talk -- Disarmament talk kicks off ICY program today at noon -- WSU Theater final tryouts begin tonight -- Expansion to increase 'Gentry' area fivefold -- Cupid computer still at work here -- World Affairs Scholarships now available -- Harvard students publish guide to European travel -- Popular singer Glenn Yarbrough to appear here -- Metropolitan Opera opens in Kansas City -- An experiment for progress -- Birch Society member's letter gets reply from congressman -- The graduate newsletter: Concert review, strike analysis premiere new Sunflower feature -- President Lindquist presents message -- Instructor cites pros, cons concerning 'right to strike' -- Concert to be given by Music Department -- Meteorology prof. to speak March 23 -- Mortar Board seeks members -- AF-ROTC seeking Queen candidates -- Jewish Birchers formed against Semitic charge -- Reed averages 10 points per game; 'One of the most improved players' -- Track coach F. M. Snodgrass expresses opinion on season -- Polish film selected for Film Society -- Wichita State Shockers take on New York U. tonight in tourney
Photograph(s): "Give 'em hell, Shockers!": Cheerleaders Cindy Bowers, Sandy Hamm, and Carol [Mohrbacker] stir up excitement at the airport Saturday morning as the Shocker basketball squad takes off for the National Invitational Tournament at New York City's Madison Square Garden. p. 1 -- Student polling: WSU students had an opportunity Friday to vote for the May Queen. Two Shockers take advantage of the polling held in the Wilner Auditorium lounge. p. 2 -- CCUN delegates: Recently these WSU students and faculty returned from the Collegiate Council to the United Nations in St. Louis. Bottom row: Carolyn Ramey, Bob Shields, Dave Crockett, and Fred Funk. Top row: Rudy Nydegger, Tim Cornett, Bob Glenn, and Dr. Peter Mayer. p. 3 -- Student "raps" editorial": The Sunflower's Friday editorial opened with the allusion, "Have you ever tried to nail Jell-O to the wall?" It appears that one conscientious student, feeling motivated to display the depth of his comprehension, took issue with the editorial's challenge and, using his head, hammered his point home quite pointedly. However, whether the flavor printed on the box selected by the budding young carpenter was irrelevent or, perhaps, reflected his opinion of a) the editorial, b) the editor, or c) himself, is still a mystery. p. 4 -- Dr. Edward N. Lorenz. p. 6 -- Mrs. William Lear. p. 7
"See Letters to Editor Page Four"