The Sunflower, v.73, no.03 (September 27, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.3. Wichita, Kansas, September 27, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Antiwar movement tells plans to disrupt national campaign -- Faculty Senate schedules initial meeting for Monday -- Senate gives support to stadium resolution / Steve Crans -- Student dissent topic at forum -- The campaign trail: Ambassador joins Humphrey -- Freshmen to vote for class offices -- Vietnam: Three VC arms caches found -- UCF will become UCCM forming a team ministry -- Want committee job? CAC may offer it -- Anthropology Club slates mixer party -- Digest blames SDS for campus violence -- Tryouts set for freshman cheerleader -- 'Mobile' art on display next week -- University tradition -- Stadium issue draw a comment -- States balk at granting youth vote -- Veterans on campus trying to organize -- WSU debaters 'warm-up' with practice competition -- Yugoslavian graphics currently on display -- WSU grad sees space benefits -- Rings, flings, and things: Greeks, independents host activities -- Cross country team to face first major foes of season / Paul Mobiley -- Ghost of past make Irish picks -- Keglers to start tournament play at KU Saturday -- Women's basketball -- Topeka will honor Kansas big leaguers -- 'Something’s Gotta Give’ theme when Shockers take on Aggies
Photograph(s): Student dissent: Dr, Jay Weston, assistant professor of business administration (center) was one of the panelists at Thursday's news forum. p. 1 -- Mobile gallery: James Bell, new curator, views a painting included in the touring exhibition which will be on campus Monday and Tuesday. p. 5 -- "New Yugoslavian graphics": The print above is entitled "Bombardment of Opthalmic Nerve," featured at the Stairway Gallery in the Art Building. The exhibits are open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. p. 9 -- Leading the pack: Steve Kohlenberg (center) paces cross country men through drills. p. 11