The Sunflower, v.72, no.49 (May 3, 1968)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.72 no.49. Wichita, Kansas, May 3, 1968. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Hippodrome, May Day Festival date from early campus days / Tom McVey -- Former prison inmate to speak here Monday -- Situational ethics book discussed by professors -- 'Thieves Market' opens tomorrow -- Society: Skits, awards, games begin today -- Intra-squad scrimmage will pit offensive, defensive 'bests’ / Mike Kiser -- Trackmen to host triangular meet -- Nebraska cager signs Shocker letter-of-intent -- Netters, golfers make final preps for MVC meet -- Leading hitter out as Shocks face Drake -- Student trainer Gieselmann gets job with Cardinals' farm team -- News forum faces a lonely death / Ron Smith -- Gags, gals, guys featured in full day of Hippodrome gaiety -- Fine Arts Festival runs programs until Saturday -- WSU placed on probation following NCAA decision
Photograph(s): 'Ah sweet spring': 'Tis it any wonder that WSU's males find it hard to study with these lovely creatures roaming the campus? There ought to be a law!' / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Bill Sands. p. 1 -- Scrimmage preparation: Shock footballers are ready for the annual intrasquad scrimmage, to be held tomorrow at Kapaun High School beginning at 2 p.m. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 2 -- Al Walcher. p. 3 -- Charlie Perez will compete for WSU relay teams as Shocker trackmen host Fort Hays State and Southwestern in triangular meet, tomorrow at Veteran's Field. p. 3 -- Abbey singers: A professional ensemble from New York highlighted the Fine Arts Festival last night in the DFAC with a concert of Madrigal music. The Festival will continue through next week. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 4