The Sunflower, v.71, no.53 (April 18, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.53. Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Shields, Sullivan win top positions on SGC / Jane Gilchrist -- Sensible solution sought to discrimination charges / Kris Burgerhoff -- Costume creator terms fashion bold and flashy / Marilyn Ruggles -- 2 profs set for forum -- Israeli arts learn from others says novelist Moshe Shamir / Sandy Winklemann -- Lutheran pastor to leave WSU; Given fellowships -- Brass, percussion group to present concert today -- Arthur Loesser will give music criticism lecture -- CAC work given to Wichita firm -- Trumpeteer to climax Hippodrome -- Landon, Wall will discuss foreign policy toward China / Kris Burgerhoff -- McREL centers to suffer loss -- Let reason prevail -- Letters from campus / Lester E. Mood -- 'Greeks noted for prejudices,' readers debate cheer decision -- Readers sees students as faceless, mindless -- Local marriage counselor is first speaker in series / Sandy Winklemann -- Bill allowing tax deductions for education passed -- University profs attend sessions -- CYR to meet Sunday to elect new officers -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Madrigals to present annual spring concert -- Top field events finishes spark Shocks at Memphis -- New learning techniques set for trial in Kansas -- Spanish teacher to address club -- Shocker netters downed by OCU -- Hitters have their day; Shocks, Hornets split
Photograph(s): A delightful impression is gained by watching this scene from Community Theater's production of "The American Flea." Here Zae Anne Klein, Robert Mesrobian, and Joe Nixon enact a scene from the musical comedy-fantasy. Curtain rises tonight at 8:30 in Wilner for the first performance of a five-night run. p. 1 -- Bob Shields. p. 1 -- Brian Sullivan. p. 1 -- Moshe Shamir. p. 2 -- Arthur Loesser. p. 2 -- Chad MacClellan: Shocker first baseman drove in winning run in first game of doubleheader with Emporia State. p. 8 -- Ken Dean: Shocker relief workhorse against Emporia State. Dean notched a victory in the first game of the doubleheader. p. 8