The Sunflower, v.72, no.53 (June 18, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.53. Wichita, Kansas, June 18, 1968. - 4 pages
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Article(s): VISTA seeks help in prisoner, pre-school training / Bob Jordan -- Coed trio sweeps KAKEland honors -- Loss of University’s autonomy form of 'backlash’ says Dean / Mike Kiser -- What the world needs now -- Reason for recognition -- 'Throw the bums out' says columnist about international student rioters -- Nation faces two alternatives to violence, says sociologist -- Coed participates in Queen contest -- Senior gets NBEA honor, membership -- Demos to speak to McCarthyites -- Classes available in Spanish study -- Bloodmobile set to appear on campus for two days -- Golfers represent Kirkpatrick in NCAA for eleventh time -- Research Center set to co-ordinate data -- 5,700 enroll for summer -- CAC plans trip to KC Starlight for 'Carousel’ -- Wilson picks 11 standout tracksters -- WSU receives golfing services of top prepster -- Former WSU stars will conduct clinic June 24-July 3 -- Fisher, Walcher recipients of Valley Star accolades
Photograph(s): On the outside looking in: VISTA Bob Burke (right) hopes to help prisoners in Sedgwick County jail get high school diplomas with help of patrolman Charley Luckie. p. 1 -- .Miss KAKEland: WSU junior Pat Meline was crowned Saturday night. She will represent the Wichita area in the Miss Kansas pageant in July. p. 1 -- Kansas College Queen: WSU coed Jan Thomas participates in cooking competition, one of the 10 events which 50 states contestants competed or National Queen title. p. 3 -- Dr. Walter Bailey. p. 3 -- Bob Kirkpatrick. p. 4