The Sunflower, v.70, no.57 (March 16, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.57. Wichita, Kansas, March 16, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Athletic requirements subject of Faculty Senate -- Bid underway for sixth frat at WSU -- Use of computer center prompts enlargement request -- Army Blues, Anchorettesnwin honors at meet -- Fairmount Towers to house 658 / Judy Fairhurst -- Wichita woman plans to leave for religious work assignment -- KU AWS votes to abolish ceod closing hours -- Enrollment hits 9,580 in spring -- $1500 for what? -- Sunflower readers voice criticism concerning letter writers, editorials -- Student disputes critics choice of 'sex' novels -- Grade system seen as detriment to students -- It's a dog's life at WSU / written by Marilyn Ruggles, photographed by Jim Johnson -- Ballast Party to form slate, policy, platform -- Geneticist to give three lectures here -- Loses to overtime: NYU whips Shocks in first NIT game -- High school seniors to visit Wednesday
Photograph(s): Larger facilities needed: A research project is worked out on one of the Data Processing Center's computers. The center is due for an enlargement because of a greater workload. p. 1 -- Anchorettes: Standing at attention during competition in Illinois last weekend are the Anchorettes, Navy Reserve girls marching team. The Army Blues and Pershing Rifles also went on the trip. p. 1 -- New dorm: Fairmount Towers, a new private dormitory for men and women, goes up. The building is about 40 percent complete and is expected to be ready for occupancy by next fall. p. 2 -- Frat mascot: The pictures above and below are symbolic of the nature of the amiable Podunk, an intrepid guardian while her masters look on, and the old story of "while the cat's away," you know the rest. p. 5 -- Sunday ride in a convertible, great fun. p. 5 -- Early morning classes can tire a girl out. p. 5 -- On way to class. p. 5
"See Podunk Page 5"