The Sunflower, v.70, no.62 (March 28, 1966)

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1966-03-28
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.62. Wichita, Kansas, March 28, 1966. - 8 pages

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Article(s): New SGA charter to be polled along with candidates April 5-6 / Don Awtry -- Peace Corps volunteers are exempt from draft -- AWS elects new officers -- Faculty artist series to present ensemble -- Science and technology topic of ICY talk today at noon -- Army department inspection due -- TV station schedules KAKEland pageant -- 'Children always test the teacher' comments WSU student teacher -- Ramsey Lewis succeeds with 'jazz-blues' style -- A chance to prove -- Sexual revolt nearing full circle, 'New Puritanism' now dominates -- Student answers accusation of SGA political maneuvering -- Part two of a series: Catharsis as viewed by Aristotle and Freud/ Bobby Patton -- Grad student described 'project concern,' leader -- 'Shame of graduate schools' cited by national 'Harpers' magazine / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Baseball giants discover cure for Mickey Mantle -- Chisox claim next May; Agee leads team with .366 -- Clay aims to knockout Chuvalo
Photograph(s): Senior announcements ordered: Seniors Jola Cope and Fred Funk order their senior announcements from Mrs. Mildred Gregory in the CAC Bookstore. The absolute deadline for ordering announcements is April 1. p. 1 -- "Mirror, mirror on the wall: Who is the fairest of them all?" Six WSU coeds were selected as Air Force ROTC Queen finalists. The queen will reign over the fortieth annual Military Ball to be held at the Cotillion Ballroom April 15. Shown above (l. to r.) are finalists Jan Morgan, Jan Bowman, Mary Swafford, Terri Tomlinson, Andrea Wright, and Sandra Johns. p. 1 -- Tournament held: WSU students take aim down the lanes during the bowling tournament held Wednesday in the CAC. p. 7
Two issues are numbered as v.70, no.62.
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