The Sunflower, v.70, no.71 (April 25, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.71. Wichita, Kansas, April 25, 1966. - 4 pages
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Article(s): KMUW opens talks draw only three / Cheri Basta / Top WSU scholar garners grants totaling $68,000 for grad work -- Anthropologists set to attend symposium -- Air Force group installs officers -- Library hosts mineral show --Indian guest at CAC Forum -- A serious slip -- Controversy, ho-hum -- A real danger: Education may meet new problem rising student scorn for school -- University coeds attend three-day AWS Convention -- U.S. Office of Education issues call for added Teacher Corps volunteers -- Lack of communication causes Negro job shortage says official -- Zoologist to talk to Wichita Baha'is -- McKeever of UN to be ICY guest -- Paraguayan poet to speak at WSU
Photograph(s): This one: William H. Marshall (center) and Dr. Marshall Ruchte, head of the WSU math department (right) try to help Dallas Webster (left) pick one of his graduate student school grants that totaled $68,000. p. 1 -- John Shiner, "No apathy here". p. 1