The Sunflower, v.71, no.49 (April 4, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.49. Wichita, Kansas, April 4, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Campus cop position filled; Parking problems studied -- University Theater drama to run Thursday-Saturday -- Shields is named honorary leader; Awards taken / Marilyn Ruggles -- Wichitans will elect commissioners today -- Profs are stars of news forum -- Oath is on file in court -- Recruits are needed for VISTA now -- Officers picked; Hannan elected AWS President -- Topic of forum speaker is 'Creative Arts In Israel' -- School of Music to give concert tonight in DFAC -- Appearing during Hippodrome: Al Hirt, giant jazz king, at swing at Hippodrome -- Vices are shown in Junction City by K-State study -- KMUW to play Nazi head tapes -- KU grad students tells experiences while under LSD -- Phi Alphas win AAS trophy with 100% score -- Formal pledging will take place for AF groups -- Hippodrome to include May Queen coronation -- Veteran to talk to AAS -- You're not cooperating -- 'Student lots for students' reader demands; CAC chided -- Students begs for butts as cig shortage strikes / Gary Lester -- Psychology profs attend institute held in Lawrence -- Coach to speak Thursday in CAC -- Dean of Women will give speech -- Women honored at CAC banquet -- Students win game, project prizes given at WSU Engineering School open house / Kris Burgerhoff -- 5 WSU coeds attend communications institute / Sandy Winkelmann -- Shocker frosh finish fourth in Cinder Meet -- Burton vaults to new heights, eclipses meet and personal remarks -- Shocker Linkmen card trio of wins; Down Fort Hays, E-State, Bradley -- Jaramillo number one Wichita netter; 'Adds flair of exotic to sport of tennis’ -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Thompson inks four-year pact; Assistants receive salary bonus -- Shocker Diamond Team nabs third place Phillips finish
Photograph(s): P. A. Gunter assumes new position. p. 1 -- Moshe Shamir. p. 2 -- Al Hirt. p. 2 -- Fred Burton, WSU pole vaulter leaped 16-9 1/2 at the Texas Relays Saturday. Burton shattered both the Relays record and his own personal best. His next competition will be Thursday in a triangular meet at Veterans Field. p. 7 -- Diego Jaramillo: Shockers' top netter is an exciting performer with unique and colorful style. If her recovers completely from an injury he will be a top contender for honors in the MVC meet in Wichita on May 18-19. p. 7
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