The Sunflower, v.72, no.51 (May 14, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.51. Wichita, Kansas, May 14, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): McCarthy wins Choice 68; Trailed by Kennedy, Nixon / Bill Stegman -- Play may evoke offensive response -- Alpert. Tijuana Brass to appear here tonight in Field House -- Music sorority presents recital -- Nationwide educational video could be reality in three years -- Apathetic administration? -- As an outsider: College leaves memorabilia, trivia / Ron Smith -- WSU art student places in national competition -- Holmes recipient of Syracuse Award -- Shock netters halt Hurricane MVC bid / Bob Jordan -- Geared golfers die in 1st Valley round -- Rain, Hurricane conclude Shocker baseball season -- Intramural golfers swing late action Wednesday, Thursday -- East Ace Benton inks cage letter -- Intramural games hit final stages -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Lack of depth, disappointment track team’s story at Cincinnati -- Intro track meet set to being this afternoon -- Engineering Department fills Distinguished Professorship -- Students, faculty members promote non-credit courses -- Conference for women held today -- Acting campus police chief gets promotion
Photograph(s): New editors: Mike Kiser, left, and Bill Stegman were chosen co-editors-ini-chief Friday for next semester's Sunflower. Bob Jordan was chosen managing editor, and Vicki McKissick, news editor. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- 'What do you care?": Final performances of Theatre in Revolt to be staged Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in Wilner Auditorium. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1