The Sunflower, v.70, no.75 (May 4, 1966)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.75. Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Phi Alpha fraternity gets province approval -- Honor man: Crockett to continue studying in London / Judyb Fairhurst -- CHECK meeting begins Friday; WSU is host -- Arrowsmith creates wave for grads -- Gov. Avery to speak on campus Friday -- Greek Week in session, involves cleanup, social -- Theatre progresses: WSU Summer Drama starts organization -- 'Head Start' program seeks volunteer help -- MUST Program offered to 1966 college graduates -- Good grades in college result in high salaries -- Philosopher will lecture -- Copley chain representative visits WSU -- Biology dept. reorganizes basic courses -- The vital element -- Students, teachers also known to stretch the truth -- Coed lauds independents' efforts in Hippodrome and asks for '67 help -- Three area universities seek candidate for 'Upward Bound' -- Three ROTC cadets now receiving scholarships -- Wentz to be NASA trainee -- Career office still helpful -- Jazz Festival initiates Kenton into KC Hall of Fame: Features living jazz by top personalities -- Wichita Society plans Cello Festival at WSU -- ROTC captain becomes major -- Pulitzer Prize opera: Kansas University students scheduled to present 'Carry Nation' at WSU -- Fine Arts Festival will conclude over weekend -- Kansas State area art galleries to display educational works -- WSU biology profs to travel to KU -- Net team improves record against Tulsa -- Fencers place at KU foil meet -- Shocker batmen to travel to Drake this weekend
Photograph(s): [Dave] Crockett. p. 1 -- Gov, [William] Avery. p.1 -- One way to do it: For ages policemen have had trouble keeping motorists out of No Parking zones. At least on officer has found a solution by taking up the space with a patrol car. p. 1 -- Writing careers: Chafin Wallace (left) advises a WSU student, Bill Leslie, about employment opportunities with the Copley Newspapers. Wallace also lectured to classes. p. 3 -- Air scholarship received: Maj. Derrel Dowdy (left) presents $25 scholarship checks to Edward Snyder, Jr. (center) and Richard Harris, Jr. Both students have been studying under this scholarship since September. p. 5 -- The Kenton Orchestra impressed the Kansas City crowd with living jazz at the KC Jazz Fest. p. 6 -- Stan Kenton, Hall of Famer. p. 6