The Sunflower, v.70, no.65 (April 4, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.65. Wichita, Kansas, April 4, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Vietnam debate held in CAC -- Campus political party offers ten-plank platform to voters / Judy Fairhurst -- Educational opportunity: WSU to have $77,410 -- Programmer exams set -- Army ROTC board to award grants -- Leff sculpture exhibit now in Wichita Museum -- Naval school needs change -- WSU a capella spring concert under Boughton's directions -- Music talk slated here -- Cigarette smoking still thrives after warning goes on packages / John Barbour -- Spurs visitor on campus visit today -- University to provide course in marital adjustment study -- Business prof ICY speaker -- A beginning or and end? -- Extra issue planned -- A 'satiric genius': Comedian Godfrey Cambridge: Interpreter for the Negro soul -- The graduate newsletter: Emile Jaques: Pioneer in teaching rhythm -- Part three of a series: Catharsis as viewed by Aristotle and Freud / Bobby Patton -- Ice Capades require huge backstage technical core / Myrna Fletcher -- WSU tennis team downs Tulsa 5-2 for first duel victory -- Cornhuskers down WSU 4-2; Bad fielding plagued Shocks -- South downs North
Photograph(s): Conflict: Beginning with a demonstration in the CAC against U.S. Viet Nam policy, a furer arose between those students apposing and those upholding present policy. p. 1 -- Student speaks on Viet Nam. p. 1 -- Ice ballet: The Masfields, Jeanne and Dick, are part of the entertaining Ice Capades troupe. p. 6 -- Terry Head, "Mad Russian". p. 6 -- Kansas All-American: Towering "Wonderful Walt" Wesley (42) led the North's rebounding attack Saturday night with 10 grabs. He averaged 20.2 points per game this season for Kansas coach Ted Owens. p. 7 -- Shape up or ship out: Head Coach George Karras gives instructions in spring football work outs and everybody listens or else. Spring practices started last Monday and will continue through April and end with an Alumni game April 31. p. 7 -- Shocker all-star: Kelly Pete (21) displayed the defensive ability he is known for against the North All-Stars Saturday night and earned the praise of his former teammate, All-American Dave Stallworth, after the game. Pete averaged 16.5 points per game this season. p. 8 -- Most valuable player. p. 8