The Sunflower, v.70, no.59 (March 21, 1966)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.59. Wichita, Kansas, March 21, 1966. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Physician cites Viet Nam needs -- Eight campaign to be ugliest -- Towanda coed presented Gore Scholarship to WSU -- 'Tell her Batman's wing is broken': Operator has humorous job -- Colorado College Choir to visit WSU March 23 -- Shriver to conduct program -- Staff members will attend language meet -- Free x-rays to be given -- Music Week March 18-22 -- Iowa professor to lecture here -- YWCA to meet -- Need a scholarship? Send for this book -- WSU music students win awards -- State Civil Service slated early April -- Atomic enrgy to be topic of discussion -- Bridging 'the two cultures' -- Students claim ROTC and bowling useless in averting 'robot' status -- From 'The graduate newsletter": On physical education / Jim Mosteller -- Part one of a series: Catharsis as viewed by Aristotle and Freud / Bobby Patton -- Concert, symphonic band programs 'enjoyable potpourri of music' / Philip Weinacht -- Trial of two Soviet writers seen as indication of times / Henry S. Bradsher -- Bombay: The city of poverty -- 'Confusion' only point of consensus in Vietnam War / Hugh A. Mulligan -- Texas Western wins NCAA championship -- Pitching improvement sought by Anderson -- Kentucky's Adolph Rupp Coach of the Year -- Cassius to appeal 1-A draft status
Photograph(s): A chance for the homely: The dubious honor of Ugliest Man on Campus will go to one of these men. The ugliest man will be chosen by a penny vote, with the money going to the Institute of Logopedics. The Ugly activities will end in a dance at 5:30 p.m. Friday in the CAC. p. 1 -- Dr. [James W.] Turpin -- Wanda Graham. p, 1 -- Donna Blaine Roths. p. 1 -- U.S. Marine helicopter and Vietnamese tropps attack Viet Cong. p. 7
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