The Sunflower, v.72, no.50 (May 10, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, May 10, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Katzenmeyer accepts post, plans 'Complete’ program / Mike Kiser -- Poor attendance marks SGAs first meeting under Tatlock / Bob Jordan -- Death portrayed as beautiful in Choral Union concert tonight / Myrna Fletcher -- Work for peace says author Turpin / Nancy Younggren -- DU's will present Hippodrome skit for former coach -- 'Reach beyond intellectual grasp' Campbell tells honors students -- WSU professor receives degree in Musicology -- Top film-maker to speak Tuesday -- 69th Brigade students can 'rest easy' -- Speed limit confusion -- Defense for principals -- Rockefeller speaks at KU, K-State -- Reader notes absence of reporter -- Negro group demands Moore’s resignation from school post -- Literary Honor Club to form chapter here -- Greenfield gets Lieutenant bars -- Grad students accept grants to research -- Psychology group prints job guide -- 'Upward Bound' program in third year at WSU -- KU student body demanding; Rhatigan claims WSU has voice / Vicki MsKissick -- Votes sought by students for GOP Dole -- Society: DU's skit gets showing -- Playwright authors last theatre show -- Wow! Two snack bars: Student explores CAC facilities / Luann Tovey -- Six WSU professors slate sabbaticals -- Track team in four-way fight for biggest prize, Valley title / Mike Kiser -- Golfers match Memphis State, North Texas for MVC crown / Bob Jordan -- Baseballers place hopes on line -- Tulsa seen as tennis pick WSU, NTS given chance -- Docking to seek second term; Senatorial speculation ended / Tom McVey
Photograph(s): On Vietnam: James Turpin, founder of "Project Concern" speaks of conditions facing impoverished Vietnamese. See complete story, page 2. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 1 -- Congratulations offered: Brian Sullivan, outgoing SGA vice president, congratulates John Tatlock, newly-elected SGA president at banquet Tuesday. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Fine Arts quartet: They will sing in the Choral union concert tonight. Members are: Michael Lipe, Donna Thomas, Darleen Kliewer, and Mark Gruett. p. 2 -- Dr. Bernard Cohen. p. 3 -- Dr. Lowell Holmes. p. 3 -- New cheerleaders: Galen Gill, Georgia Yates, LeAnna Ingalls, Geri Nungate, Iris Bickford, and Diane Porter were selected to fill cheerleading positions Wednesday evening. Linda Young and Linda Schultz are alternates. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 6 -- Signs of spring: Warm temperatures make this a typical afternoon around the poo; at Fairmount Towers Dorm. p. 7 -- Dignitaries: As guests of Col. Theodore Michel, 381st Strategic Missile Wing Commander, these WSU faculty and administrative officials recently toured a Titan II missile site near Wichita. p. 9 -- Hope in the 100: Ken Pauly, Shocker senior, set school record in 100 yard dash with a 9.7 clocking and should add points to WSU’s total at MVC Championships, this weekend, at Cincinnati. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 10 -- Jerry Denver -- Candidacy announced: Kansas Governor Robert Docking Wednesday announced that he would be a candidate for re-election as governor. p. 12
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Errata: This issue mistakenly numbered no.50.