The Sunflower, v.72, no.54 (June 24, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.54. Wichita, Kansas, June 24, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Thursday opening set for 'Any Wednesday’ -- Professor points out challenges to democratic method of life -- Hometown honors student leader -- Upward Bound creating an interest in education among high schoolers / Jim Reede -- Expanded CAC facilities set to open October 14 / Dan Bradford -- Courses help meet 'inner city’ problems / Vicki McKissick -- Dr. Graham appointed Ass't. Dean -- Paraguayan visits on campus today -- Beech presents 5 scholarships -- McCarthy supporters offer campaign views / Bob Jordan -- Editors see draft law as unjust -- Dean plans to attend conference -- College for everyone? -- Legalization of marijuana usage topic of discussion by authors -- Theatre review: Maturity 'Boy Friend's' problem / Andy Brown -- PAD coordinator presents reasons for 'school alert’ -- College gets membership in AACSB -- Improvement makes drive-in attractive -- Coed’s 'educational experience’ high point of Queen contest / Vicki McKissick -- Fellowship given to music student -- Grads get scholarships -- WSU grad gets grant for writing -- Boeing presents, renews grants to 8 students -- Ramey will perform for opera company -- Wilson added to College of Education -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- WSU golfers fail to make cut, but Wichitan wins NCAA title / Mike Kiser -- Betas, Rebs win frat., independent all-sports titles -- NCAA suggest new competitions -- WSU cage slate 9th toughest 1968-69 schedule also rugged -- Athletics lose enthusiast with passing of Levitt -- All-Staters top Shocker football recruiting list
Photograph(s): Receives honors: Bob Shields, spring graduate from WSU, receives congratulatory award from Mel Moorhouse, associate professor of speech, as Shields' mother looks on. Shields' home town of Derby honored him in ceremonies on Sunday. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 1 -- Reaching upward: Scaffolding nears the top of new edition to CAC as dream approaches reality. Story, picture, page 2. p. 1 -- Workmen labor" One of the most important features in the addition to the CAC is a new 500 seat theatre. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 2 -- Recently signed: Opera student Same Ramey show in role of Silvio in "Infidelity Foiled." p. 6 -- Jerry Denver. p. 7 -- Former WSU pole vaulter Fred Burton has qualified for the Olympic track and field trials, set for Los Angeles, June 29-30. p. 8