The Sunflower, v.72, no.47 (April 26, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, April 26, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Harder says plan needed in Kansas higher education / Nancy Youngrren, Bob Jordan -- Football dealt blow by Valley ruling -- 750 students vote at polls in first of SGA elections -- Hippodrome activities will begin next Friday -- Fall, summer advising set for Monday -- Fine Arts Festival premieres Tuesday -- Teachers balk -- Cause for recognition -- Retaliation -- Thompson rebukes Ballast promises -- Wichita Asian Conference set on campus today, tomorrow -- Sunflower survey -- Display paintings stolen from CAC lobby Monday -- 'God's law and man' to be theme of Bible discussion -- Elder to address sociology frat -- Chem Club to feature botanist -- Student awarded grad fellowship -- Urban Studies Center receives funds for research projects / Bill Stegmar -- Cheerleading clinics set to begin tomorrow -- Opera review: Opera scenes 'entertain' / George Spelvin -- Library staff seeks to provide comfort / Paul Mobiley -- WSU coed co-authors Kansas play -- Society: New campus fraternity pledges 16 -- Student protest creates 'society of involvement' -- Four events Decide dual meet; Drake, Penn Relays on tap / Mike Kiser -- Baseballers face Billikens in Valley season-opener -- Netter will host Kansas today, Tulsa tomorrow --Quarterback spot up for grabs; Beeson, Lalla 'have all the tools’ / Bob Jordan -- Golfers try for repeat win against OSU today -- Augusta's Crist inks cage letter with Shockers -- Fencing, track intramural events
Photograph(s): 'Harder's Law' proclaimed: Dr. Marvin Harder, WSU professor on leave as an aide to Governor Docking, addressed conference here yesterday. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 1 -- Election progress: About 750 students followed this procedure yesterday in Choice 68 and SGA voting. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Campus lighting improved; Additional lighting needed. / photos by Paul Chauncey. p. 5 -- Have you seen these?: Paintings, owned by Paula Plott, were stolen Monday from a display in the CAC Lobby. p. 6 -- KAKEland finalists: Four WSU coeds were included among finalists for the 13th annual Miss KAKEland Pageant. Pictured front row, left to right, are Cindy Johnston; Pat Meline (WSU); Cindy Turner (WSU). Back row, left to right, are Pola Pawlowski; Janice Meser (WSU); Eileen Broadle (WSU); Cindy Kuntzelman and Sharon Alexander. The pageant will be televised Saturday, June 15. p. 7 -- Finally caged: The work of WSU's art students has been hidden behind a decorative fence near Henrion Gym. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 8 -- Ablah at night: Lights illuminate the modern library structure, built in 1963. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 9 -- Jack Fisher, switched from shortstop to third base this season, is important part of WSU infield. p. 11 -- Vetern [sic] force: Diego Jaramillo will lead WSU's young tennis team in weekend action against Kansas and Tulsa. p. 11 -- Who's no. 1: Thats's the question John Beeson (kneeling) and Bill Lalla, both battling for the top quarterback spot ponder during break in spring drills. p. 12