The Sunflower, v.70, no.78 (May 11, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.78. Wichita, Kansas, May 11, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 'Sing Out '66' concert scheduled for weekend -- WSU physics major takes UCLA offer -- Pronko speaks today at Honors Convocation -- ROTC Wing Field Day set -- Speech senior gets NDEA grant -- Crestview issue delayed two weeks -- Men urged to review status -- Applications open for new GI Bill -- Speech awards banquet held Sun. -- 'Zhivago' film improves on poetry, keeps feeling -- Adult schooling hailed fastest growing area of education field -- Ham Radio Club seeks SGA okay -- SCUBA group starts class -- Shoutin' Shockers meet -- CHEK conference missed key issues -- Staltin [sic] quoter slapped; Researcher debunks LSD -- Court's new obscenity ruling endangers freedom, says ACLU -- Suspended Stanford frat unharmed by racial issues -- St. Louis bars DuBois Club -- Greeks hold Deltathon-Siglathon / written by Judy Fairhurst, photographed by Bruce Beringer -- Not a living wage: Composers concur writing music doesn't make a living -- Block print class to be in Wichita -- Track team awaits 1 meet before valley championship -- Freshmen netters big factor in Shocker's future hopes -- Baseballers to meet Pan Ams tonight
Photograph(s): Awarded teaching assistantship: Alvie Davis (right) has been awarded a teaching assistantship at the University of California. Looking on with Davis is Sr. Gerald Loper, Assistant Professor of Physics. p. 1 -- Switcheroo: One of the popular events at the annual Deltathon-Sigmathon is the "Sleeping Beauty Switch," in which two girls from each sorority try to switch sweatshirts and shortest time. Winning the event was Delta Gamma with a record 50 seconds (See related story page 5.) p. 1 -- Phi Alpha's first: Phi Delta took their first trophy and first place in the men's Deltaton. p. 5 -- Gamma Phi's win: Gamma Phi Beta took the Siglathon trophy for the second straight year. p. 5
Errata: This v.70 issue mistakenly numbered v.80.