The Sunflower, v.70, no.52 (March 4, 1966)

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1966-03-04
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.52. Wichita, Kansas, March 4, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): British, WSU debate teams entertain, inform students / Judy Fairhurst -- May Queen vote set -- Harder answers why commies speak to WSU -- Coed in cheerleader contest -- Tarrant to speak to graduate club -- Red China often favors pursuit of isolationism / William L. Ryan -- Debate teams visit University -- Negro teachers find jobs, rehired / Austin Scott -- SGA Congress names three representatives / Judy Fairhurst -- South American students, translator to visit WSU -- Ballast seeks new people in 2nd drlve -- Groups name new pledges -- Setting examples -- Teachers protest: School loyalty oaths debated again in state, federal courts / Jacquie Glaser -- Reader sees campus potential; Stand on college draft praised -- Theatre of concern set Saturday in CAC -- Society, Shocker style: Shocker fans find weekend entertainment at Meadow Lake, Tulsa, individual parties / Judy Fairhurst -- Tongue in chic: Sonny and Cher open sportswear business / Joy-Lyn Updike -- Friday Flick sets Taylor tear jerker -- TV entertainer named Lear Jet vice president -- School annual nears end of production -- GI bills may add more students to classrooms / Hal Cooper -- Thompson to coach South All-Stars -- Shocks set for Tulsa's revenge bid
Photograph(s): Who wouldn't salute: Cadet Maj. Dana Winkler inspects the Army ROTC queen finalists. p. 1 -- Bent double: Warren Armstrong went up for two, but things got a little out of hand. He folded the rim over and it had to be repaired during a time-out. p. 8
"See Loyalty Oath Story Page 4"
Errata: This v.70 issue mistakenly numbered v.80
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Wichita State University
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The Sunflower
v.70 no.52
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