The Sunflower, v.71, no.58 (May 9, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.58. Wichita, Kansas, May 9, 1967. - 20 pages
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Article(s): Johnson's policies destroy confidence said Alf Landon / Tom McVey -- Raymond Seeger will give science lecture Thursday -- Thirty-six WSU students listed in 'Who's Who' -- Building on CAC will start soon reveals director -- WSU band will open Festival’s final week -- University prof named in suit by area realtor -- John R. Searle to speak on student rights today -- Religious Education teacher to review death of God -- Students, employers are satisfied with Placement Office services -- Sunflower win leads to finals in bowl contest -- Seoul prof talks on modern Korea -- 'Silent Vigil’ is conducted to protest Vietnam War -- Wichita student gets fellowship in Social Psych. -- WSU students give their views on quarter vs semester system / Janice Egan -- ROTC schedules Army Field Day -- Officers elected for Pep Council; Events planned -- Community chess -- Male residents answer coeds, reader agrees with Sunflower -- Challenge Of Loyalty Oath is taken under advisement -- Shrieking audience hears Monkees perform Saturday -- Friends University students hang president in effigy as protest -- University of Kansas will hold seminars to assist students -- Some students more scrutinous says new study -- Five University coeds compete in annual Miss Kakeland Pageant -- Samuel Adler is honored at banquet -- Bursts of violence occur as racial tension mounts / Kris Burgerhoff -- Eliminate grading systems says speaker at meeting -- Early Education for youngsters is class addition -- Management of finances is discussed by Dr. Kotz / Sandy Winklemann -- 31,000 reservists to be called soon -- Dormitory residents' Moms enjoy fashion and talent / Sandy Winklemann -- Colfee house is raided Thursday by detectives -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Track, baseball rained out; Shock diamond hopes shatter -- Bonta paces frosh golfers to tenth consecutive win -- Visiting Drake baseballer attacked Friday night near University campus -- Intramural cinder competition to begin -- 4300 tickets sold by 'Tick-A-Thon' -- Girls swimmers third at KU -- Summer fashion issue: A taste of summer
Photograph(s): Donald Anderson. p. 1 -- Don Jordan: "University is fortunate in having him aid you." p. 2 -- Queens for a day: A Mother's Banquet and Talent Show were the climaxing activities of a full day of entertainment planned for mothers who had come to visit their daughters at WSU dormitories last weekend. p. 7 -- Ken Dean: Shocker right-hander will be on the mound today when the Wichita State baseball squad opposes the University of Arkansas in a nine inning battle at Lawrence Stadium. p. 9 -- Summer Fashion Issue photographs, pp. 9-20