The Sunflower, v.70, no.81 (May 18, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.81. Wichita, Kansas, May 18, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Congressman Ellsworth presents Viet Nam talk / Marilyn Ruggles -- Recommendation given: Student-faculty court makes suggestions to traffic group / Judy Fairhurst -- Sowards gives new faculty appointments -- Micro sale now open to students -- Two-Bit Flick, Film Society to sponsor summer movies / Marilyn Ruggles -- Needed reforms -- Biology professor speaks -- 'Love nests' found in mens [sic] dorms when women permitted to visit -- AWS picks organization officers for next year -- European trip to have play -- Singing group sparks Kansas Sing-Out idea -- The story of the Sunflower: Official student newspaper / Judy Fairhurst, photos by Bruce Beringer and Ron Opperman -- All MVC tennis teams to be here Friday -- Rescheduled Missouri Valley baseball championship playoff set for Friday -- Story contest has one entry -- North Texas picked top choice to topple Drake
Photograph(s): It's rolling: Above another issue of The Sunflower comes off the press. To see how it all comes about, see photo feature, Pages 6-7. p. 1 -- Advisors: Guiding the overall policy and aiding in administrative decisions are Sunflower advisors, David Ward, head of the journalism department (left) and L.S. Chakles, assistant professor of journalism. p. 6 -- Editor: The editor, Cliff Tarpy, divides his time between putting out the editorial page, keeping up with shifting issues and working to get the paper on the street. p. 6 -- Staff: Staff members write the stories, aid with the copy reading and assist with other jobs. L. to R., Myrna Fletcher, staff writer; Judy Fairhurst, staff writer; Marilyn Ruggles, staff writer; Dana Winkler, staff writer. In the background, Cheri Basta, staff writer and foreground, Bill Rapps, managing editor. p. 6 -- Paste-up: Before paste-up begins, managing editor Bill Rapps looks over the page mock-ups to see that all the ads are in place and to try to foresee any problems that will be encountered by the paste-up staff. p. 6 -- Two head are better: Paste up for ads and news copy sometimes overlap. Staff writer Judy Fairhurst works around business manage Ron Opperman as they both put copy on the page. p. 7 -- After: The paste-up room looks like a cyclone, well a small one, hit it. To facilitate faster handling of copy, the make-up people throw all scraps on the floor and sweep it out later. p. 7 -- Bruce Erickson, sports. p. 7 -- Headlines: News Editor Dan Awtry operates the headline which is a [machine that] photographically reproduces headlines of various sizes and styles. p. 7 -- To press: The paper runs out of the Web offset press in Augusta while Editor Cliff Tarpy waits for the issues to be bundled up and readied for the trip back to campus. p. 7
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