The Sunflower, v.70, no.68 (April 18, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.68. Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Referendum approved; Roberts, Shields winners -- Grad school critic to speak at WSU / Cliff Tarpy -- SGA banquet set Tuesday -- Miller, Johns crowned at military ball -- Spring Gardens: Madrigal Singers plan annual spring concert -- Drama from the thirties: WSU drama students present Blitzstein's 'The cradle will rock' -- Teachers' problems in desegregation aim of program -- War correspondent: Knowles to address International Club -- Noted Pulitzer Prize winner to highlight Fine Arts Festival -- Roberts wins initial battle but war not over yet -- Challenges ahead for SGA in spite of lack of support -- Campus would benefit from longer Spring Break -- Profs are people?: Student's observation of profs continues -- Part four of a series: Catharsis as viewed by Aristotle and Freud / Bobby Patton -- Governor's message / William Avery -- Fulbright award to graduate student -- In 'The singing nun': Young actor Everett discusses film making, own part in film / Joy-Lyn Updike -- Folklore Society plans two-day banquet, convo -- Mrs. Lear speaks today -- Shocker tennis team smashes Oklahoma State Cowboys 6-1 -- Ryun tops national mark -- Spring intramurals -- CAC booth opens for Angel Flight Rush -- Shocks take both games -- State crown to Wichita East
Photograph(s): Education critic to speak: Dr. William Arrowsmith of the University of Texas and author of the controversial Harper's Magazine article, "The shame of the graduate schools," will speak in the CAC Ballroom, May 4. An instructor in the humanities, Arrowsmith charges that "Countless numbers of men are wasting their time" in post-graduate study in the humanities. p. 1 -- Jim Roberts. p. 1 -- Bob Shields. p. 1 -- Ruth Knowles. p. 3 -- Ross Finney. p. 3 -- Richard L. Griffiths. p. 5 -- Chad Everett. p. 6