The Sunflower, v.70, no.82 (May 20, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.82. Wichita, Kansas, May 20, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Student fees to remain unaltered -- Pilferers pose WSU difficulty -- College qualification test make-ups available soon -- Hour change scheduled for Library -- Tennessee Memphis State University admitted as 9th MVC member -- Mexican summer program offers academic credit -- Student teaching -- Husband, wife team will address Baha'is -- Society, Shocker style: Parties, picnics, musicals, finals highlight end of spring semester / Judy Fairhurst -- 'Today's Health' warns against excessive sun -- The academic bandits -- Mikrokosmos needs you -- 'The South that lives forever' debunked by Southern newspaper -- Negro actors cast in starring TV roles -- Camera competition open to amateurs -- Jobs offered through WSU Placement Office -- Passing draft deferment merits medal says paper -- Crackers in bed: Dorm life surprising, unless you live in one -- Hope Viet show aired Saturday -- WSU graduate student honored by NBEA Award -- AFROTC ceremonies give awards to outstanding cadets -- ACE offers experience in elementary ed -- CAP to offer flight training -- First bid for Baseball Crown on line in St. Louis Saturday -- Conference track and field championship opens today
Photograph(s): Finals already?: Although students at finals time would like to spend all their time in the pose above, passing grades are made, not dreamed. The library hours have been specially arranged for study and are printed on this page. For final schedule, see Page 7. Good luck! p. 1 -- Birdie or Bogie?: Tim Sweberg, from Bradley, finished his 36-hole round yesterday at McDonald Park for the Missouri Valley Golf Championship. Sweberg, one of the highly favored golfers in the tournament finished with rounds of 66 and 76. Today the teams will play 18 holes at McDonald. p. 8
"See Finals Schedule Page 7"