The Sunflower, v.72, no.44 (April 5, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.44. Wichita, Kansas, April 5, 1968. - 24 pages
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Article(s): Martin Luther King dead; Nation expresses regrets / Ron Smith -- Fortune editor set for banquet -- Beer sale, constitution plans okayed at SGC weekly meet / Sue Pearce -- Draft law clarified by local board head -- Johnson's plan questioned at news forum discussion / Ron Smith -- Widow receives posthumous honor -- Former opera director returns to star in community theatre / Myrna Fletcher -- Off on the right foot -- Cause for recognition -- Mood charges ‘unbroken incompetency’ -- 'Politics’ name of game; Johnson might be winner / Tom McVey -- Phyllis Wheatley Home offers many children another chance / Vicki McKissick -- Head into summer with fashion and fun -- Society: Social swing in lull -- Wildcat Stadium plans cause much discussion at K-State / Ken Cummins -- Filing deadline today for government hopefuls -- Three-ringed WSU relays begin today; Open division added -- Win over Tulsa highlights golfers' Oklahoma swing -- Natters to host Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State -- Familiar names, faces here for star game -- Kriwiel getting answers to pre-training questions -- Favorites set in intramural volleyball play -- Evolution of white Easter lily demonstrates 'life after death’ / Paul Mobiley -- SGA takes steps toward CAC beer / Bob Jordan
Photograph(s): Murray Gart. p. 1 -- New roadway connects 18th Street with University's central receiving warehouse. p. 1 -- General St. PE: In the Wichita Community Theatre's production of "Waltz of the Toreadors," the lead role is played by Robert Mesrobian. former director of Opera Theatre at WSU. p. 3 -- Young artist: Nursery lad at the Phyllis Wheatley Children's Home is solemnly engaged in an evening arts and crafts class. p. 6 -- New stadium: Architect's rendering of the proposed 34,000 seat stadium at Kansas State University in Manhattan. p. 19 -- The Sunflower's story form start to finish / photos by Paul Chauncey. pp. 20-21 -- Relay Queen finalists, from left, Dona Schuermann, Linda Northcutt, Phyllis Hollander, Cindy Cain and Diana Ogden discuss Relays with Shocker track man Tom Holliday. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 22 -- Low to the ground: Shocker linemen fire out from stances in spring practice line drill. p. 23 -- Warren Armstrong. p. 23