The Sunflower, v.70, no.77 (May 9, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.77. Wichita, Kansas, May 9, 1966. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Honors Convocation set for Wednesday -- University presidents, students attend CHEK / Judy Fairhurst -- Enrollment opens: Credit to be awarded for new Pol Sci class -- Alumni campaign total at $4,429 -- Senior class announcements -- Shocker sound off gains no audience -- Much depends on WSU expansion -- Swimming pool would aid athletic dept. -- Reader poses questions to FBI Director Hoover -- Will force legislation: Maryland VFW group afraid of Red speakers -- ABC's new series may bring hope to TV wasteland -- Honor group will select new officers -- Cagers South American trip gets approval -- WSU Dames hold luncheon meeting
Photograph(s): Leaders talk: Gov. William Avery and President Emory Lindquist discuss the CHEK conference over luncheon in the West Ballroom. Avery was also on campus to address the student body. This visit was sponsored by the Collegiate Young Republicans. p. 1 -- [Bruce] Cutler. p. 1 -- [William] Avery. p. 1 -- Participation nil: Only the speakers showed up for the Shocker Soundoff, the campus radio program designed to discuss controversial issues on the University's campus. The empty space depicts the students' interest in the program. p. 1 -- Delegations meet: Students at the CHEK conference meet and discuss problems concerning varied area of higher education. Groups participated from the six colleges and universities in Kansas. p. 3