The Sunflower, v.70, no.66 (April 6, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.66. Wichita, Kansas, April 6, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): New charter crucial for student government / Judy Fairhurst -- WSU debators will attend Reno tourney -- Dr. Merriam talks tonight -- Contemplation: Easter convocation sets reverent mood / Bill Rapps -- Apathy party makes bid -- New charter revisions wil help campus -- Cowardice makes draft necessary, says student -- Honors Society to form organization at WSU -- FREE TB x-rays to be offered -- SGA constitution revised for student approval -- Art exhibit scheduled at Wichita Museum -- Bethany College presents 'Messiah' -- College juniors may enroll now for Peace Corps -- Official SGA candidate list -- Marriage cuts college costs -- Society Shocker style: Easter has festival air, students leave -- Rare volumes on display in Ablah Library -- Intramural softball, wrestling, tennis on tap at Field House
Photograph(s): "The Cardinal": Brian Sullivan and Charlene Crawley, Two Bit Flick committee members, put finishing touches on the Flick Benefit display case in the CAC. The Glenn Cunningham Youth Ranch benefit showing "The Cardinal" is scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday in the FAC. p. 1 -- Fine Arts Festival: James P. Robertson directs the Wichita Symphony Orchestra during the Fine Arts Festival in the Field House recently. Also participating in the festival were the Singing Quakers, University Singers from WSU, Wichita Sr. Youth Symphony, and the WSU Brass Ensemble. p. 1
"Voters! See Candidate List, Page 7"