The Sunflower, v.70, no.80 (May 16, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.80. Wichita, Kansas, May 16, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): WSU undergoes reorganization -- Draft lottery discussed: Educators, government officials meet to discuss alternative drafting systems -- SGA votes in anti-cigarette ban restoration -- Regents Excellence Award to be given -- El Slavador asks Peace Corps aid in expanding 4-H Club's program -- Underground bar livens dull restrictive school -- AAUP seeks ban on oath -- On campus CAP plans to offer flight training -- Banquet given to WSU honorees -- Dr. Crow will speak twice at WSU Friday -- WSU Air Force ROTC distributes awards at Field Day -- WSU faculty members star in production -- Would you believe a faculty handbook? -- "Circus" interior decoration characteristic of campus -- Pioneer LSD experimenter defends drug's "eerie power' -- Study days asked prior to finals -- What's bugging the students? / Irving Kristol -- Worldwide 'Sing-Out '66' comes to Wichita / written by Myrna Fletcher, photos courtesy Page Magazine -- Shocks down Tulsa; Will play for crown -- Shocker netters split honors at SIU match
Photograph(s): Attending the Tri Delta Pansy Breakfast are Dennice Daughenbaugh, Jan Haegie, scholar recipients; Paula Hesse, co-chairman of Pansy Scholarship Awards; and Jan Henrie, scholarship winner. Not pictured is Vicki Hall, winner of the Alumna Scholarship. p. 1 -- Dear old Uncle Oscar?: A frolicsome moment in the musical spoof "Little Mary Sunshine" when the amorous General, Oscar Fairfax (Robert Mesrobian), instructs the young ladies to think of him as their uncle. Seated from left to right are: Alyce Lynn Meredith, Mesrobian, Marjory Murphy. Standing left to right are: Zae Anne Klein, Norma McCutcheon, Roberta Skiles, and Gwendolyn Hamilton. p. 3 -- Cast of 'Sing-Out 66' numbers 130. This is the group that appeared at two concerts in the WSU Field House Friday and Saturday. p. 6 -- The Colwell Four are featured in "Sing-Out '66." Pictured are: Fred Morgan; Ted Colwell, San Marina, Calif.; Don Broadhurst, New York; Dave Allen, Michigan. p. 6 -- Men in "Sing-Out" perform a work medley. Here they "haul some barges" in "Eerie Canal." p. 6 -- Hand and body movements add to the effect of the production of "sing0=-Out '66." Here, members perform "Paul Revere" in the American History segement. p. 7 -- The "Sun-Tones," three students from Los Angeles, are also featured in "Sing-Out." Here Pam Burge, debbi Gerrish, and Betsy McCully Sing "Run and Catch the Wind.' p. 7 -- A close-up of the "Sing-Out" group is seen during one of their performances. All members have volunteered their time to the group and tour with it throughout the nation and world. p. 7 -- Mighty powerful: Senior slugger Tom Diana cuts loose with a mighty swing. He led the Shocker's [sic] batting attack going into the Tulsa duel with a .346 average. Against Drake he smashed 10 for 13 including one homer, three triples, and four doubles. p. 8
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