The Sunflower, v.70, no.69 (April 20, 1966)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.69. Wichita, Kansas, April 20, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Spring Break, student participation discussed at Faculty Senate / Judy Fairhurst -- Political and social strife: Musical 'Cradle will rock' to open Thursday night -- Photography exhibit displayed in CAC -- Chilean prof to speak -- Penalogy class to visit 'pen' -- Visits every ten years: Accreditation team to analyze Wichita State's work. resources / Cheri Basta -- Popular rear stickers fight war on poverty -- New student numbers can save time and confusion -- Two-bit Flick slapped; Funk praised for work -- 'God is dead,' says magazine; 'LBJ orders flags at half staff / Louise Davis -- Cycles gain popularity; Many riders on campus / photos by Bruce Beringer, written by Dan Awtrey -- Oppose civil disobedience: Playboy opinion survey quizzes campuses on civil rights -- Show must go on: Lear's theater talk entertains students / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Turner named new YGOP head -- WSU track team to run sprint and mile relay -- Juco grider transfers boost spring scrimmage
Photograph(s): Play opens tomorrow night: WSU students out in long hard hours as they prepare "The cradle will rock," a 'play in music' to open in Wilner, 8:30 p.m., Thursday. p. 1 -- Motorcycles on WSU campus are becoming more and more a way of life. Some riders feel its the only way to feel freedom. p. 5 -- Ah yes, I see a couple of feet over there. p. 5 -- Warm weather and bike riding just naturally go together. But about that tie.. p. 5 -- Hey. You've got the wrong Honda! That one's mine. p. 5 -- Safety helmets are a must, when little elves squirt oil on the road in front of the bike. p. 5
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The Sunflower
v.70 no.69
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