The Sunflower, v.72, no.45 (April 19, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.45. Wichita, Kansas, April 19, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Expansion plans set if students say yes / Mike Kiser -- Physical Education resolution okayed at final Congress meet / Sue Pearce -- Shields, Thompson debate winners in national meet -- Civic Center policies covered at forum / Ron Smith -- Tulsa group to perform Sunday -- Asian development subject of meeting -- Stadium backers speculate about expansion proposal / Bob Jordan -- Fortune editor recommends 'telling story straight' -- Evening of opera excerpts finishes tomorrow night -- From 'sit-in' to 'live-in' planned by WSU dormitory -- Information suppressed -- Cause for recognition -- Explanation of dismissal asked -- WSU receives grant for women’s ed -- Guard members will get credit -- Cities will not die states Gold Key banquet speaker / Dan Bradford -- Society: Formals, May plans fill the bill -- Shields gets award as stellar speaker -- Oklahoma prof receives WSU bank management post -- Baseballers pass halfway mark victories approach 1967 total -- Stadium prospects liven grid drills / Mike Kiser -- 'Quality’ track team watchword for 43rd annual Kansas Relays -- Golfer meet Tulsa today after Holiday wins streak -- Armstrong MVP as North scores first star win -- Softball competition for men set Monday -- Rifle match slated -- Win over K-Sfate cheers net team -- New Student Government constitution, Bill of Rights set for vote next week
Photograph(s): New stadium: Aerial view of the proposed 42,000 seat stadium which will be voted on in early October. p. 1 -- Journalist speaks: Murray Gart Assistant Managing Editor of Fortune Magazine was guest speaker at the WSU Spring Journalism Banquet. See related story page 3. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Tulsa Philharmonic: Set for public concert here under direction of Franco Autori. p. 2 -- Proposed entrance: Architect's rendering of the ticket office at Veteran's Field. p. 3 -- James Murphy. p. 7 -- All-American champs: WSU Karate team, from left, Cliff Hobson, Roger Carpenter, Craig Henry and Doug Mitchell won college championships, April 13 at Oklahoma City. Carpenter also won the heavyweight black belt division title. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 8 -- Ball beats runner: Shocker batter John Long is tossed out at first base in Tuesday's 6-0 win over Fort Hays State. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 8 -- Friendly foes: Missouri's Tod Ballinger (left) and WSU's Diego Jarmillo chat before Easter holiday singles match won by Jarmillo. / photo by Dean Wagner. p. 9
"See Constitution pages 10, 11, 12"