The Sunflower, v.69, no.50 (May 4, 1965)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1965. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Concert to close Fine Arts fete -- Montagu to speak at WSU -- SGA plans regular meeting for tonight -- A question of attitude -- WSU top debaters collect many awards / Cliff Tarpy -- Is American an 'obsexed' culture? / Karen Hart -- New dormitory building to feature sauna, bath, pool, air-conditioning -- Civil Rights Council adopts constitution -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- European seminar scheduled; Aims for cultural enrichment -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- 3 losses accorded to Shocks -- Two tennis players find competition / Virgil Christianson
Photograph(s): Train of awards: The Wichita State University debate squad has excelled this year. Their skilled competition in forensics converted into trophies fills a large table as shown. Well done! p. 1 -- Sept. 1 completion: Architect's drawing of the seven-story dormitory unit undergoing construction emphasizes modern features. The unit is to be ready for occupancy by beginning of fall semester. p. 3 -- Travel bound: Come summer, these students will learn and gain credit from WSU's European Seminar. Pictured are, top row: Lynda Kerns, Diane Brady, Paula Brown and John Dargan. Bottom row: Susan Baughman and Sonya Sue Offenstein. Not pictured are Juliet Coyne, Linda Elliott, Kenneth Krehbiel and Pearl Stucky. p. 6 -- Shocker top four: Benny Anzola, Van Thompson-Lin Harris, and Ned Stoll are the top men on Coach Neil Roush's tennis squad. Anzola is leading the team with an 11-0 singles record as of last Friday. p. 8
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The Sunflower
v.69 no.50
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