The Sunflower, v.72, no.27 (February 6, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.27. Wichita, Kansas, February 6, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Fee payments begin Thursday in Ablah -- SGC conference presents discussion of 'Rights’ bill / Linda Wood -- Glenn explains CAC expansion progress -- Avery undecided about candidacy / Ken Ham -- Avery addresses council, Cites fraternity changes -- Management freedom basis of article -- Artists Series to feature piano concert -- Two plays scheduled by theatre -- VISTA volunteers sought by recruiters -- Orchestra to perform next week -- CYR conducts new member drive at WSU -- Duggan slated to address monthly AWS tea Thursday -- More to come -- Vollmer's opinions -- Students reminded of placement -- Lindquist presents opinion on stadium -- Educators to attend symposium -- Musician to audition for opera -- Budget planning takes 18 months -- UCF plans film for noon -- 'Brothers Inc.’ becomes first Negro-owned, operated market -- Peace Corps has saturation plan -- Art displays has modern paintings -- Delta Theta Chi offers stipends -- Ecumenical group will meet Friday -- 12 ROTC cadets earn commissions -- AEC to hold interviews Thursday -- Experimental Theatre announces tryouts -- Detachments given to WSU speech prof -- Placement Office keeps busy matching careers and students -- Canterbury Week opens on Monday -- WSU will host history seminar -- Shockers bombed by Billikens; Bearcats offer next road test / Mike Kiser -- Injuries plague gymnastics team -- WSU trackmen last in indoor opener -- New Coach Kriwiel well pleased with WSU football situation / Mike Kiser -- Kirkpatrick fills AD post following Allen resignation -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Home court winning tradition helps cagers win over 'break' / Bob Jordan
Photograph(s): IFC smoker: Former Governor William Avery chats with members of IFC at their smoker last Friday night. p. 1 -- The symbol of apathy, may he rest in peace. p. 5 -- Dave Skinner. p. 10 -- New coach: Eddie Kriwiel has been named the new Shocker football coach. p. 11