The Sunflower, v.70, no.40 (January 12, 1966)

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1966-01-12
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.40. Wichita, Kansas, January 12, 1966. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Registrar announces final exam schedule: Changes must be council-approved -- High school debate meet begins today -- [Baptist Student Union] retreat set late Jan. -- [Electric Engineering] dept. gets equipment -- Norris awarded faculty grant -- Library staff airs problems concerning rising book thefts -- Tips on tests to be given in orientation -- No more room -- University president plotting action for broader intellectual background -- One out of three: Dropout rate at WSU meets nation's average -- 'To Kill a Mockingbird' billed twice for Friday Night Flick -- Coed lobbying for art films -- January grads to be honored -- Duke still number one; Kansas makes it again -- Sandy Koufax given honors -- NCAA regional tournament to be held in field house -- Shocks host Mexico nationals tomorrow in exhibition game -- Mendell paces frosh with defense ability plus 17.1 point pace
Photograph(s): Coach of the Year: Gary Thompson receives a handshake and the MVC Coach of the Year Award from President Emory Lindquist. Announcing the event is Dr. Kenneth Nickel. p. 1 -- Waton those hands: Warren Armstrong, the biggest 6-foot-2 basketball player around, shows off his jumping ability against St. Louis. The basket contributed to a 79-74 Shocker victory. p. 4 -- Freshman standout: Ron Mendell, averaging 17.1 points per game, drives for a lay-up. p. 4
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