The Sunflower, v.70, no.72 (April 28, 1966)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.72. Wichita, Kansas, April 28, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): No classes Friday: Hippodrome opens activities Friday -- Musical, choral union top weekend Fine Arts Festival -- Grad club to give film of Red Rise -- WSU Madrigals present annual spring concert -- Dykes, Priceman to provide entertainment at Hippodrome -- Band slated to perform next Tuesday -- Society, Shocker style: Skits to fill weekend, honors, awards to best / Judy Fairhurst -- Arnold Air Society gives support to Viet policy -- Hippodrome And Homecoming: The sweet ‘mysteries’ of life? -- Discrimination letter hit; Break reschedule urged -- The CIA on campus:Magazine editors demand investigation of CIA program / Marilyn Ruggles -- Tongue in chic: So you think you're hip? / Joy-Lyn Updike -- WSU Theater ends season: Summer season begins June 30 / photographed by Bruce Beringer, written by Marilyn Ruggles -- Urban Research Center integral part of campus -- Kansas City Mecca for Jazz Festival -- WSU stipends awarded -- National frat of Boy Scouts to recruit here -- WSU trackmen to compete in annual Drake Relays Friday -- Alumni game scheduled Saturday, 50 former gridders to play
Photograph(s): Urban research executives: Lyle D. Newton, research specialist in residence at the WSU Urban Research Center, and Mrs. Marjorie Taylor, Executive Secretary, discuss the layout of the city of Wichita. See story page 8. p. 1 -- Who's happy about Dallas Webster's Fellowship efforts? His wife, Mrs. Diana Thompson Webster, that's who! p. 1 -- Tied in knots: Woody Dykes, right, ties George Priceman in knots with his humor. The two young men will be emceeing and entertaining at the 1966 Hippodrome activities which start with skits to be presented in Wilner Auditorium Friday. Activities end with the presentation of awards at the Saturday Night Review. p. 2 -- The 'Theater of the Thirties' was brought to a climax last weekend when the WSU Theater presented 'The cradle will rock'. p. 6 -- 'The cradle will rock' was originally written for the WPA Federal Theater project. p. 6 -- The CAC has been chosen to underwrite the summer theater program. p. 6 -- National Collegiate Players has sponsored panel critiques of each play, featuring people from various walks of life. p. 7 -- The projects of National Collegiate Players are exercised not in terms of specific production, but in terms of the extra touches that otherwise may not be accomplished in the regular production schedules. p. 7 -- 'I am here - Where are you?'. 'The little foxes' and 'The cradle will rock; were the highlights of the 1965-66 WSU theater season. p. 7 -- Be prepared: Head Coach George Karras readies his squad for Saturday's alumni game. Former coach Woody Woodward will head the alumni team which includes such ex-Shockers as Dr. Noah Allen, Greenbay's Bob Long, Henry Schichtie, Pete DiDonato, and Jim Waskiewicz. p. 11