The Sunflower, v.72, no.43 (March 29, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.43. Wichita, Kansas, March 29, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Candidates will be voted on by students in Choice 68 / Bill Stegman -- Widow to accept posthumous honors -- Unanimous backing given rights plan / Bob Jordan -- Chorus, Brass featured at Easter convo -- News forum ends in dissent; Coed challenges business prof / Ron Smith -- Draft Office repeals 2-S void statement -- K-State faculty members voice dissent on Vietnam -- CAC beer plan needs action says Hannan -- Britton claims culture shifting toward TV / Sue Pearce -- 'No charge for tickets’ says Parsons -- Dilbeck named recipient of honor award -- Author-poet Williams views 'misunderstood novel' role / Bob Jordan -- Bonds nullified -- Sorry, Charlie -- Teacher corrects Ash’s opinions -- 'Oh Dad’ has chance, misses boat; Atkinson smash as Rosepettle / Ron Smith -- Curious chemistry students explore labs at all hours / Vicki McKissick -- Music School airs summer program -- Social frat takes Negro, makes history -- Author says 'life blood' of fiction is vagueness / Ron Smith -- Wushock 40 years old; Looks back on past / Mary Ann Ireland -- College recruiting up two percent according to Placement head / Dan Bradford -- Colorado College hosts foreigners -- Society: If spring comes, parties not far -- 'New look’ for summer jobs with pre-career planning -- Policy announced concerning news for social column -- Pitching is key as baseballers open against Friends, Hastings / Mike Kiser -- Spring football practice begins on optimistic note -- Talent makes up for inexperience as golfers look to bright ’68 / Bob Jordan -- Track team opens outdoors at AU
Photograph(s): It's so Spanish: Connie Atkinson, as Madame Rosepettle with the bellboys in a scene from "Oh Dad, Poor Dad" running tonight and tomorrow, 8:30 p.m. in Wilner Auditorium. Tickets are available in the Wilner box office. . photo by Dean Wagner. p. 1 -- Commercial art: Clark Britton, Jr., associate professor of art, shows various designs to students in the graphic arts class. p. 3 -- Battle scars: Nails and staples driven into trees on campus defer natural beauty. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 5 -- Progress: Construction of drive-up ticket windows at the Field House is proceding [sic] on schedule. The facility will be operable next fall. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 7 -- Wonderland: As seen by a photographer from 17th and Fairmount, the campus is a 'Wonderland By Night.' p. 9 -- Greek Week: Greeks celebrate the occasion Friday during a dance held at the Red Dog Inn. p. 10 -- Royalty: Barbara Miller, Gamma Phi Beta, receives trophy for her selection as Greek Princess during Greek Week activities. p. 10 -- Larry Burkett. p. 11 -- David Murray. p. 11-- Soph swinger: Stan Bonta figures to add talent to Shocker golf squad. p. 12 -- Charlie Perez. p. 12