The Sunflower, v.73, no.01 (September 20,1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 20, 1968. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Demo VP choice Muskie to address convo today -- Conditional 'OK’ given for stadium -- Student Senate opens semester with stadium endorsement bill / Bob Jordan -- The campaign trail: Nixon says 'room for dissent' -- Stadium backers, opponents meet -- Facts and figures for stadium facilities -- Frat says rough seats no problem -- Gospel singer will appear in concert -- Campaign for stadium expansion moves toward final approval -- All Jewish students invited to services -- Vietnam: South Viet battle deaths rise -- Long lines at Field House yield record enrollment -- Hope, Hirt take spotlight at weekend Shrine show -- Rings, flings and things: Greek pick pledges, events begin -- Free U. now offers four study course -- WSU grad has earned Navy wings -- Shocker Week tagged outstanding success -- Air ROTC gains new professors -- A vote to expand -- Placement services available -- Profile: David Shoenbrun -- The road goes ever, on and on / Ron Wylie -- A second look / Bob Jordan -- Shockers open grid campaign against 'Mercury-minded’ buffs / Paul Mobiley -- Harriers open season today; Okla Baptist, Gorillas opponents / Paul Mobiley -- Intramural football ready for Tuesday fall kick-off -- CAC to start bowling leagues -- Take five / Paul Mobiley -- Sooners picked to whip Irish in football's opening weekend -- WSU Rifle Team schedules initial practice season
Photograph(s): Democratic VP candidate Sen. Edmund S. Muskie will address a Wilner Auditorium convocation, this morning, at 11:30. p. 1 -- Growing pains: The increase in enrollment at WSU is felt by the students as they attempt to pass through the CAC on the way to their classes. p. 1 -- Future facility?: The proposed stadium expansion program would increase Veteran's Field seating capacity to 30,500. p. 3 -- Al Hirt. p. 4 -- Bob Hope. p. 4 -- New frat: Men of Delta Sigma Phi congregate in front of their house at 1717 N. Fairmount. p. 5 -- Grad gets wings: Jim Kinney, 1967 WSU graduate, recently received his Navy wings. Doing the pinning honors is Kinney's wife, Linda. p. 6 -- Capt. [Jerry] Copeland. p. 7. Capt. [John] Nash. p. 7 -- David Shoenbrun. p. 9 -- University campus comes alive with plenty of action during opening days of 1968 fall semester photo essay. pp. 12-13 -- Shockers' problem: Eugene "Mercury" Morris poses a big threat to WSU's plans for an opening game victory. p. 14 -- Frosh cross country prospects: Loran Houltberg works out under the watchful eye of track coach Herman Wilson. p. 15