The Sunflower, v.73, no.02 (September 24, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.2. Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Turnover of Crestview property may be delayed until fall '69 / Ron Wylie -- Fee payment starts today in Ablah Library -- COST group takes stand on stadium -- Gardner services today; University pays respects -- Student Senate set for vote on stadium resolution tonight -- Berg says 'Welcome' -- Marine band slates Field House concerts -- Nominational vote reform Demos' goal -- Freshmen to vote for class offices -- English head dinner host for authors -- 'Campus dissent’ Thursday’s topic at news forum -- 'Change and improvement’ topic of Sen. Muskie’s WSU speech / Bill Stegman -- Peaceful demonstrators greet Demo VP candidate -- The Sunflower's function -- The loss of a friend -- Business major Winter receives $500 CPA award -- 'Start of WW III’ Tasch’s Czech view / Ron Wylie -- Buffaloes stampede Shockers; Mistakes, penalties decisive / Paul Mobiley -- Top 3 finishes help Shocks win in cross country -- U.S. records at '68 Olympics? Wilson will not be surprised / Max Steinbuchel -- Pep Council sets first meeting for Wednesday -- Take five / Paul Mobiley
Photograph(s): Candidate confronted: Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, answers questions on entrance for speech. p. 1 -- Glen Gardner. p. 1 -- Steve Davies. p. 1 -- The war is the issue: Students gather outside Wilner Auditorium as Sen. Muskie addresses crowd inside. p. 3 -- Scholarship winner: WSU senior Dale Winter was named winner of a $500 scholarship given by the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Making the presentation is Dr. Eldon Lewis, head of WSU's department of accounting. Dean of College Business Administration, Fran Jabara, watches. p. 5 -- Fossil collecting: Dr. Paul Tasch (center) was in Prague attending the International Geological Conference when the Soviets invaded Czechoslovakia. p. 6 -- Kenny Lee. p. 7 -- Bob Hayes. p. 7 -- Herm Wilson. p. 8
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