The Sunflower, v.71, no.55 (April 25, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, April 25, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): No classes Friday: Hippodrome opens activities on Friday / Cheri Basta -- City will breathe easier after Rockwell has gone -- Math, Physics profs to be news forum panelists tomorrow -- 'New fold' group to give concert in Wilner Tues. -- Players needed for WSU show -- CAC improvement deadline set for Fall Semester ‘68 -- Button Slogan winners saluted -- Daughenbaugh and Witt crowned at 41st Annual Military Ball Friday -- Trumpet King performance will highlight Hippodrome -- Sex And behavior topic of lecture -- Dorm girls sest to host moms during weekend -- Theater will stage first full-scale musical attempt / Marilyn Ruggles -- WSU’s Summer Theatre to give comedy, drama / Kris Burgerhoff -- Enthusiasm is sought for '67-'68 football -- Activities schedules done for Fine Arts festivities -- Lacewell will lecture to Shoutin' Shockers -- WSU professor to speak today of drug addicts -- One helluva week -- Reader appeal for example set by Hays State students -- Norbu speaks about Tibet -- UCLA students see their films -- Republicans to meet; Will select officers -- 2 new ensembles to give concert tomorrow night -- Swomley to be featured at UCM meeting Sunday -- New organization Swheat Shockers to hold meeting -- Naftzger Award presented Sunday to Nancy Border -- Students given fellowships for doctoral work -- University coed crowned -- Dr. Asad Rahhal to give address to Internationals -- Psychology trip fosters understanding of retarded / Sandy Winklemann -- Sports Car Club to hold contest Sunday morning -- Teacher named to liaison group -- Jacque Weil will lecture -- Grad authors book -- Alumni meet in Washington to organize local group -- Debate team tied for 6th -- Shockers drop three to Nebraska, seasons record falls below .500 -- Volunteer team to offer info in CAC Center -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Shocks hit road to tell grid tale -- Hurricane, Chiefs down net squad -- Freshman Linksters sweep Hutch Juco; Remain undefeated -- Burton, Holliday post KU wins, Burton sets pole vault mark -- Shockers golfers fall to Tulsa and Kansas
Photograph(s): WSU Congressional Caucus: President Emory Lindquist, fourth from left, was principal speaker at an organizational meeting of the Wichita State University Alumni Assn. last week. Those taking part in the "congressional caucus" are, left to right: U. S. Rep. Larry Winn; U. S. Rep Bob Dole; Arch N. Booth, 1927 WSU grad and new executive vice president of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Lindquist; U. S. Rep. Garner E. Shriver, 1934 WSU grad and host for the meeting; U. S. Senator James B. Pearson; U. S. Rep. Joe Skubitz; and U. S. Rep Chester L. Mize. Booth and Congressman Shriver are both recipients of the WSU Alumni Achievement Award. p. 1 -- [George Lincoln] Rockwell to cause furor. p. 1 -- Dalene Daughenbaugh. p. 2 -- Sharlynn Witt. p. 2 -- [Al Hirt] with a golden horn]. p. 2 -- Tom Holliday: Displays the form that helped him gain an impressive victory at the Kansas Relays Saturday afternoon. p. 8