The Sunflower, v.70, no.83 (May 23, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.83. Wichita, Kansas, May 23, 1966. - 9 pages
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Article(s): Noles named manager for Fairmount Towers -- Crestview club property disagreement reviewed / Bill Rapps -- WSU Human Relations Commission files first Human Rights Report -- Psych. grads win grants -- Senior honor men to hold banquet -- Book, Art Fair presented at Wichita's Cow Town -- Mother makes plea for volunteer help -- Cadets to get commissions -- Two WSU students presented Frank Neff Awards Friday -- ACE offers experience in elementary ed -- Army ROTC hold Field Day, give awards -- California prof against finals -- The 'Sing-Out' extremists -- Ginsberg's Wichita poem printed in 'Village Voice' -- Wichita Vortex Sutra / Allen Ginsberg -- Authorities recognize inflation but are puzzled at its causes -- Key honorary holds first meet, dinner -- Army ROTC honors two with awards -- Shocks lose in tennis crown bid -- Table tennis winners intramural plans revealed -- Surprising Shockers run away with first MVC track crown
Photograph(s): Jack L. Noles. p. 1 -- WSU's Red Wilkinson took first place in the discus throw in the MVC Championship. Wilkinson's toss was 162'10'. p. 7 -- Burton sets new record: WSU Junior Fred Burton set a new MVC pole vault record Saturday as the Shocks won their first Valley Championship. The old mark for the pole vault was 14'6 1/2". p. 8