The Sunflower, v.70, no.63 (March 30, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.63. Wichita, Kansas, March 30, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Photos disclose enough parking / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Debaters go to weekend tourney; Take many Missouri Valley honors -- Faculty Senate okays race relations policy -- Sigma Chi frat holds out on signing equality pact -- 'Fine Arts Festival' scheduled for May 3 in WSU Field House -- Business fraternity to host conference -- CUW slates open coffee -- Disabled vets raise funds -- Unnecessary delay -- SGA Congress candidates strike back at 'old guard'; Friday 'Talk Day' -- 'Causes' called harmful -- Spring has sprung / photos by Dan Garrity, written by Jacquie Glaser -- North Texas State professor reduces cheating through shock -- Book club fellowships available -- Housewife foils telephone sales, stops nuisance -- Affair with film: Impassioned university students follow film-making as career -- Speech dept. offers workshop for high school upperclassmen -- Sterling Shock's baseball opener / John Knisely -- Two Shocks, Burton and Holiday, qualify for Texas relays event -- Shocker cagers cast ballots, select all-opponent roster
Photograph(s): It took a lot of talkin': "It was a fight for our lives for the Sweepstakes Trophy at the Missouri Valley Debate Tournament," report WSU debaters Bill Balthrop, Bob Glenn, Bob Shields, and their coach, Miss Quincalee Brown. p. 1 -- Further parking restrictions: "No Parking" signs have been placed on Vasser, 17th Street, and Yale near WSU property as a result of a recent City Traffic Commission ruling. See more photos, page 3. p. 1 -- Spaces left: In this picture there are cars parked north of the Field House along 21st Street, but there are still spaces left if a student is willing to make the long walk over the hill. p. 3 -- Full up: Despite the fact that the aerial shots showed parking spaces to spare, the engineering lot is full most of the time. The lot is for faculty in one area, students only in another. The signs have been the subject of many parking ticket appeals. p. 3