The Sunflower, v.71, no.54 (April 21, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.54. Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Afro-American group reviews vote process / Kris Burgerhoff -- Rising cost of government discussed at news forum / Jane Gilchrist -- Nazi commander will give speech in Wilner Tuesday -- WSU professor to give speech about addiction -- Industrial Education Department offers opportunities in a variety of fields / Sue Lorch -- City stalked by arsonists, few clues -- Three educators will share views at WSU forums -- Movie review: Award winning movie has powerful message / J. LaForge -- 3 University men chosen for grants - Spring festivities will start soon with competition -- Today is deadline for submissions in Button Battle -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Play review: Play by Moliere, 'Amourous Flea' called enjoyable / Garry Moore -- Government head at Iowa State U resigns recently -- A new approach -- Students slam Brooks' letter, reader wants REAL candidates -- Candy counter worker watches WSU grow / Bob Jordan -- Lutheran campus pastor to be officially installed -- Dr. Robert Mood elected president of faculty group -- College-industry Engineering Symposium draws University, manufacturing heads -- Fairmount Towers students visit state capitol, Docking / Cheri Basta -- 3 skydivers will compete in national championships / Don Trees -- WSU educator co-authors book on Political Science / Tom McVey -- Old Venetian form of art is latest rage in Wichita / Don Trees -- 11 are nominated as future heads for Pep Council -- Varied activities are planned for seminar travels -- Internationals to host key -- Gallery showing work collection of two artists -- Art Major awarded $25 exhibition prize -- Varied campus activities keep WSU students busy / Cheri Basta -- Plans completed for Fine Arts Festival -- Speech Festival hosted by WSU last Saturday -- City Stamp Club to hold meeting at new Library -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- State Civil Service exams to be held here in May -- Officer election set -- Shocks hit road to tell grid tale -- Burton’s return leads Shocks into 42nd Kansas relays meet -- Jayhawks down Shock netters; Jarmillo wins -- Golfers rip Ichabods; Shaffer leads way to ninth victory
Photograph(s): Seventy five students attended Wednesday's meeting to discuss proposals to submit to the administration, and to organize a new campus group, the Afro-American Study Group. p. 1 -- Art Smith works on lamination of special chemical paper. p. 2 -- Douglas Pierson readies a small plastic item for the compression molding press. p. 2 -- Bill Weigand is shown adjusting a Volt-Ohm meter oscilloscope. p. 2 -- From behind the CAC candy counter, Serena Wiechert has been a friend to many WSU students. p. 6 -- Madrigal Singers performed their annual spring semester before a full house last night in DFAC. p. 6 -- Left to right: Dean Paul Russell, Kansas State University; George Trombold, Dir. Industrial The Boeing Company; Martin Dondliner, Pres., Wichita Area Chamber of Commerce; and Dean Charles Jakowatz, Wichita State University. p. 7 -- Traveling to Topeka recently as guests of Fairmount Towers were (l. to r.) Larry Lewis, Admin. Jr., Robert Perry, Admin. Jr., Harriet Grahm, State Representative, Gov. Docking, Jack Noles, manager of Fairmount Towers, Mrs. Noles, Karen Dillk L. A. soph., and Cheri Basta, Sunflower reporter. p. 8 -- Jamie Thompson: Outstanding ability on the basketball court and in the classroom. Jamie is a B average student majoring in business. p. 11 -- Fred Burton shows the form he will use at the Kansas Relays tomorrow afternoon. Burton will be trying to better his all time best vault of 16-9 1/2. p. 12