The Sunflower, v.69, no.51 (May 7, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.51. Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1965. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Mikrokosmos slates sale -- SGA picks 8 chairmen -- KMUW-FM gives honors, selects staff -- Fine Arts vocal fete tonight -- Montagu to speak Monday -- Others honored -- Attempt to define polarity impossible in West's culture / Cliff Tarpy and Mike Snyder -- Inside SGA: Good grief: Big government / Bill Rapps -- 'Race question hypocrisy': Hill / Cliff Tarpy -- Officers chosen by WSU Spurs -- Shrine of ancient civilization monument to bygone beauty / Mike Snyder -- Qualified members selected for new Mortar Board -- KU philosophy prof to be Dialectica meeting speaker -- Sales of basketball tickets is at near record pace -- Louisville is betting on Buffone -- MVC championships today and tomorrow / Mike Hall -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- Shocks face three tests with Drake over weekend
Photograph(s): [NAACP] speaker: Herbert Hill, Field Secretary of the NAACP, talks to the DFAC audience on the magnitude of the [civil] rights movement. See complete story, page 3. p. 1 -- Dr. Ashley Montagu. p. 1 -- Richard De George. p. 7 -- Track hopefuls: Jim Waskiewicz and Rodd Wilkerson are presently leading the MVC in the discus and the shot put events. They are hoping to keep their number one positions this weekend. p. 9 -- Benny Anzola. p. 9 -- Shocker baseball: Left to right, first row, are: Jay Keener, Tom Hall, Paul Barton, Tom Diana, Robert McCalla, Don Harmison, Robert Ebervein, John Criss. Second row, Coach Verlyn Anderson, Stewart McWilliams, Tim Tilma, Gary Logan, Ron Tyler, Tom Seigle, Ken Dean, Larry Dean. p. 10