The Sunflower, v.71, no.59 (May 12, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.59. Wichita, Kansas, May 12, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Student power discussed by news forum panelists / Jane Gilchrist -- Student radicalism linked to conflict over Vietnam / Marilyn Ruggles -- Congress hears several reports, meets 1st time -- Renovations planned for coed dormatory [sic] / Sue Lorch -- New resolution calls for 'equality of opportunity' -- Sociology teacher accepts position at Knox College -- Korean education is topic of talk by Kay-kyung Cho / Jane Gilchrist -- Teeth for the toothless -- The quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Bettis -- Coed reader lists merits of system; Some have complaints -- University Theater actress expresses her views on ‘Showboat,’ theater facilities -- Picnics, dances, finals scheduled next week / Cheri Basta -- 525 students participate in Fine Arts performance -- Talk by Father Lamberty concludes marriage series / Sandy Winklemann -- Prof is awarded doctorate degree for Engineering -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Auditions conducted for Swheat Shockers; Members announced -- Authenticity of SMU art 'fackes' being investigated -- 14 persons arrested for arson as city racial unrest continues / Kris Burgerhoff -- ROTC will hold annual Field Day ceremonies here -- Donna Pray awarded 'Starter’ Set Prize -- Glenn Zweygordt receives 2 year art fellowship -- Cutler attends conference on city, education -- Graduate Fellow showing prints -- Haven for researchers to be found in psychology lab / Kris Burgerhoff -- Nelson announces grant contest entries open -- French major to attend Canadian summer session / Sandy Winklemann -- Striking member of local union airs grievances -- Securing of summer jobs for students poses problems for Placements Service -- Top speakers gain awards at banquet -- Kappa Sig, Wheatshocker gain intramural honors / Steve Gresham -- Hopes for perfect season vanish as frosh golfers lose to OSU -- Solid pitching, timely hitting combine to defeat Arkansas -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Tennis team finishes season with win over Fort Hays -- Intramural fencing championship won by Fencing Club's Anderson -- Intramural golf entry deadline set
Photograph(s): Dr. John Searle. p. 1 -- Dr. Richard Armstrong. p. 1 -- This maze is typical of the kind psychology students use in conducting experiments with white rats. The unraised doors of wood can be dropped at will to block arms of the maze. p. 9 -- Eye Opener(s): Joyce and Janice Brollier, freshmen. p. 10 -- No one is laughing here as pre-registration can sometimes be arduous, but time saving for the next fall. The students looking at our photographer seems to be thinking "I'm really a 'J' in the A-G line." p. 10 -- Intramural action: Non-varsity track and field participants displayed their talents at Veterans Field this week in the annual intramural track and field meet. Here baton passing is fast and furious as four-man relay teams sprint it out for first place honors. Four records were broken in this year's meet as Kappa Sig and Wheatshocker Hall nabbed team honors. p. 11 -- Jack Fisher banged out three hits in four trips to the plate on Tuesday's baseball clash with Arkansas. Fisher helped the Shockers gain a 6-3 victory in that contest. p. 11
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