The Sunflower, v.72, no.52 (May 17, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.52. Wichita, Kansas, May 17, 1968. -16 pages
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Article(s): SGA recommends African study, approves salaries for execs / Bob Jordan -- Alumni give $10,000 for student loans -- Commencement celebration to be held for graduates -- Johnson, Lindquist messages laud WSU graduating class / Lyndon B. Johnson, Emory Lindquist -- Kansas, Montana only states without Federal TV support / Bob Jordan -- WSU Alumni spring reunion to honor classes June 1 -- New Honor Society names charter men -- Nation's most critical area is city states Urban Studies Director Wall / Vicki McKissick -- 'And so to bed' -- Campus law enforcement? -- Coed questions inadequate security -- Sunflower survey -- Tours, concerts, programs set for museum's 'social' -- 6,000 students expected here for summer -- Alpert's brass plays to 10,000 / Mike Kiser -- Nyddeger’s research receives two honors -- Patrol seeks 25 troopers to fill jobs -- Pershing Rifles fete members at banquet -- Crocker gets $200 award from group -- Kappa Sigs, Phi Delts, Rebels tops in intramural track meet / Paul Mobiley -- Track trio to compete this summer -- Top women golfer here this weekend -- Pittsburgh All-City cager brightens fresh picture -- Repeat efforts highlight intra fencing tourney -- 'Touritst, si! Hippies, no!' says government of Mexico -- Fair weather limits crowds; Beat goes on in CAC -- ACE chooses officers for coming year -- Avery comes Monday for campaigning -- English teachers sought by Peace Corps for Libya -- Goldman says discrimination charges not unreasonable / Vicki McKissick -- ROTC ceremony honors 24 students -- CAC board announces coordinators
Photograph(s): President Lindquist tales time off. p. 1 -- This scene will be re-created June 2 when 1968 WSU graduating class participates in commencement activities in the Field House. p. 2 -- Vandalism: One of several windows inside Brennen's Men's Dorm broken recently by rebellious dorm residents. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 3 -- Dr. Hugo Wall. p. 3 -- Young printmakers, 1967: This is the theme of the May art exhibit in the DFAC Sprague Gallery. Sponsored by the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis, Ind., the exhibition offers an opportunity for recognition to artists currently enrolled In colleges or universities In the country. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 7 -- Wrap-Up collage. pp. 8-9 -- Beta Bill Lalla (right) snaps the tape while winning the 100 yard dash in Tuesday's intramural track meet. p. 10 -- Pole vaulter Fred Burton and shot putter Tom Holliday will be active in track and field this summer. Burton will compete in the Olympic trials and Holliday will take part in the NCAA and National Federation Meets. p. 10 -- Wrap-Up collage. pp. 11-13.
"Semester Wrap-Up Pages 8, 9, 11, 12, 13"