The Sunflower, v.72, no.35 (March 5, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.35. Wichita, Kansas, March 5, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Lecture to feature Von Trapp; Mother of 'Sound of Music’ -- Crime, liquor problems tackled at CYR meet -- Draft law clarification voted on -- Bank management grant presented -- Young Demos to discuss elections -- Sunflower survey -- Dean claims resurrection by Saturn -- Corbin outlines observations, predictions on presidential race / Vicki McKissick -- Promises, promises -- For the birds -- Public housing costs examined -- Attendance of Congressmen blasted / Ken Ham -- Dorms to improve while prices increase -- Foster program seeks families for 'children who need them’ / Danny Brewer -- Dialectica symposium opens talk -- WSU artists recognized for entries in competition -- Great effort lifts track team to second place Valley finish / Mike Kiser -- Baseball squad holds practice -- Neosho downs Yearlings freshmen end season 10-5 -- Shock gymnasts to face Sooners / Bob Jordan -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- North Texas crushes WSU hopes for victory and '50-50’ season -- Williams released from Shocker basketball squad
Photograph(s): Maria von Trapp. p. 1 -- Draft 'dissenter': WSU students shown voting Friday in the CAC on the SGC's draft resolution. The resolution was adopted, 374-53 / photo by Paul Chauncy. p. 1 -- Pop art?: This display of metal and junk is not really an example of a new art trend. It is part of campus beautification provided by the Physical Plant located in the northeast section of the campus. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 3 -- Proper display?: A disgraceful and illegal display of Old Glory at Adams Elementary School, 1002 N. Oliver. / photo by Ireland. p. 5 -- Tom Holliday. p. 7