The Sunflower, v.70, no.74 (May 2, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.74. Wichita, Kansas, May 2, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Phi Delts, Tri Delts take top trophies / Cliff Tarpy -- Five seniors named honor men, based on standing, leadership / Judy Fairhurst -- Fall pre-registration advising begins Monday -- Outgoing Congressmen Funk challenges incoming members to equal past goals -- Withholding tax rates changed, effective on faculty, staff checks -- Forum to host German PR man -- Forty WSU women enter soph honorary -- Missouri Valley Compact: Drake hosts MVCC conference, three WSU delegates attend -- Lecturer will speak to grad club -- CAC seeks 3 coordinators -- Things are changing, so must Hippodrome -- College breaking ties: Discrimination still plagues Sigma Chi -- Seniority system: Better late than never -- Fraternities under new fire, says Time Magazine report -- Minimum voting age to see new debate -- May Queen festivities enhanced by trophies, awards -- Last in a series: Aristotle's catharsis concerned with art; Freud talked about abnormal psychology -- Comedian emcees contribute humor -- Bobby Patton -- Hippodrome 1966 / photography by Bruce Beringer -- Pi Alphs seek admission at SAE meet -- Sandy Bell named Queen of May Day ceremonies -- Bradley Braves to tour Orient -- Sickler scores all points as alums dump varsity 6-2 -- KU runners topple mark in relay -- Golf team takes meet
Photograph(s): Five top men: The 1966 senior honor men were announced to the Hippodrome audience Friday night by 1965 honor man, Rudy Nydegger (left). Honor men, second from left to right, Bob Glenn, Bill Rapps, John Morton, Keith Thompson, and Dave Crockett. p. 1 -- Coeds tapped: Mortar Board tapped 13 women at the day's activities. They are Sheryll Lynch, FA; Jane Tabor, ED; Karen Carmichael, ED; Barbara Bunting, FA; Cheryl Cison, LA; Pat Beckerd, LA; Dennice Daughenbaugh, LA; Norma Weigie, FA; Senya Missal, FA; Kathy Hefer, ED; Janet Neagle, LA, Kerrie McDonough, FA; and Sharon Bailey, ED. p. 1 -- Phi Delta Theta: Mary Popdown (Larry Conyers) accuses Uncle Remus (Nick Trabune) of telling stories of violence as the Phi Delts satrize [sic] the visit of Allen Ginsburg to the WSU campus. p. 6 -- Delta Delta Delta: In the Tri-Delta skit, the Indians were the businessmen and turned down all offers from LBJ except cold hard cash for their lands. p. 6 -- Delta Gamma: Fie on culture was the theme song of the skit as the nation's poverty program and the bigotry that exists in it came under fire. p. 6 -- Delta Theta Pi: The Viet Nam crisis came to the Hippodrome drama stage when the Betas humorously displayed the plight of the drafted college flunk-out. p. 6 -- Independents: In a take-off on the current TV fad, an independent student group presented "Ratman and Boy Blunder" in a lampooning of the Greek system's test files. p. 6 -- Queen honored: Catha Cowgill, honor attendant, Sandy Bell, May Queen, Bob Long, escort, and Jeta Cope, honor attendant enjoy May Day festivities. p. 7