The Sunflower, v.71, no.61 (May 19, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.61. Wichita, Kansas, May 19, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Space program and grades discussed at news forum / Jane Gilchrist -- Governor Docking will be speaker at graduation -- Certificate is OK’d by Education Board -- Death of God is rejected in corrected lecture story -- Crestview Club purchase try made by city -- Congress names board members, approves Hughes -- Burgess and Pronko given teaching award -- Trip to Mexico prepared for; Leaves June 26 -- University’s Bowl called successful by Charles Blue -- Scheduled date for 1967 annual to be final week -- 'Park Lady’ to be given in Pit Theater May 25 -- Grant presented to Biology Dep't -- WSU University Theater to stage 5 summer plays / Marilyn Ruggles -- Officials argue over 21st, Yale; Danger goes on -- University opera professor resigns from position here -- Jennings, Sewrey resign positions in Music Dept. -- Through the year -- The quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Bettis -- Sunflower closes year on sour note; Readers castigate staff -- AAUP chapter to meet today for discussion -- Officers chosen by dance group at 1st meeting -- Scholarship awarded to 5 future students -- 2 University artist will present works at Gallery G shows -- Awards ceremony held by Air ROTC -- Society news: End of school activity keeps campus lively / Cheri Basta -- Bloodmibile campus visit to be soon -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Ron Soft signs cage letter with Shockers -- Shockers stake individual marks, team title at MVC track meet / Mike Kiser -- MVC tennis tourney opens today, North Texas State tabbed favorite / Bob Jordan -- Memphis State set to dethrone Eagles in final round of MVC golf meet today / Steve Gresham
Photograph(s): Dr. Phyllis Burgess. p. 1 -- Dr. N. H. Pronko. p. 1 -- Eye Opener: Helen Barnard, sophomore. p. 2 -- Prof. Wm. Broderick, specialist in African studies and the final Forum Lecture speaker, spoke Wednesday night on the educational system and social development of the nation and the handling of urban problems. p. 8 -- Earl Yarbrough. p. 11 -- Charley Perez. p. 11 -- Memphis State Tennis Team: Tiger netters will take part in Valley championship competition for the first time in Conference history. p. 11 -- Fred Burton & Tom Holliday will be counted on to produce MVC meet victories in their specialties. Burton (left) will defend his pole vault title while Holliday (right ) is a strong candidate for shot put and discus honors. p. 11 -- Diego Jaramillo leads Shockers tennis squad into MVC championship tournament. p. 11