The Sunflower, v.71, no.01 (September 19, 1966)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 1, 1966. - 8 pages

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Article(s): 12,000 projected by some: Enrollment lower than predictions -- Hines appointed chairman -- Honors bestowed upon twelve WSU athletes -- Faculty, staff parking stickers -- Infections mononucleosis: Test for 'kissing disease' advanced -- Quality vs. quantity -- Placement Center offers all students advantages -- 'Snoopy and the Red Baron' seen as 'camp' as Batman / Ron Smith -- Graduates to begin club -- Scholarship given to student twice -- KU to begin new freshman plan -- Fellowship offered by Rotary Club -- Volunteer needed for community -- MVC title up for grabs
Photograph(s): Mix they did: Hundreds of WSU students turned out for a get acquainted Freshman Mixer held in front of Wilner Hall Wednesday. A dance band and watermelon feed were featured for the event, which followed Freshmen Orientation. p. 1 -- Two heads are better?: Carol Sanders and Robert Allen try a combined effort to overcome the problem of eating watermelon gracefully at the Freshman Mixer Wednesday. p. 1 -- Accepts scholarship: Phillip Glenn, Sr., Bus. Admin., receives $400 scholarship check from Sam Howell, chairman of the Wichita Purchasing Agents Association's professional development committee. p. 5 -- Fading back: John Eckman, a 6-foot, 176 pound, junior will be calling the signals for the Shocker offense this season. As a sophomore last year, Eckman saw two starts, and earned his coach's praise for accurate relief passing. p. 7
"Seniors: See Page 4"
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