The Sunflower, v.72, no.55 (July 2, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, July 2, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Dr. Clark Ahlberg named new University president -- Acting duo performs in Readers’ Theater / Andy Brown -- Powell to return to teaching post -- 'The Man Who Came To Dinner’ set for July 4th weekend run -- Ministry unto total University constant goal of UCF’s Findiey / Katie Weibe -- WU graduate of '39 returns as president / Vicki McKissick -- Program rewards exceptional talent -- Grad to attend Air Force school -- Theatre review: Play, policy similar / Andy Brown -- University grad gets radiological certification -- McCarthy supporters determined -- First steps only -- Question of term -- Another step back -- Commission undertakes study of effects of campaign TV -- Bailey promotes means of change -- Cosmo Club gives award to student -- Grant given to Heights percussionist -- Campus building beat goes on; Five projects at $7.6 millions -- IBM training gives skills to youngsters -- Regents grant go-ahead to Science Hall planning -- Colonial to present-fashions recurring cycle / Paula Simons -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Injury sidelines vaulter, but Olympic spot possible -- Golf program receives boost as Holland signs -- 'Young guy with grid future’ Bengals’ Waskiewicz fills bill / Mike Kiser
Photograph(s): New University president: Dr. Clark D. Ahlberg with one of his three children, Val. p. 1 -- Listening to cockroaches: Actors rehearse for wacky Summer Theatre production of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- UFC Director Cecil Findley seeks involvement through his campus ministry in the issues of higher education. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 2 -- McCarthy supporters: John Hayden (kneeling), Bruce Warnick and Dale Hunt made final preparations Thursday to travel to Topeka with petitions in support of the Minnesota senator. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 3 -- E.LL. Darter. p. 3 -- Campus construction: Addition of office space is being made to Wilner Auditorium. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 5 -- $7.6 million: Five construction projects are or will be underway on the University campus. They are: (1) addition to Wilner Auditorium; (2) addition to Campus Activities Center; (3) expansion of Neff Hall; (4) construction of new science building; (5) construction of McKnight Fine Arts Building. p. 6 -- Colonial times: Ruffles, lace, silk and satin were fashion accouterments of the day. p. 7 -- The 'now' generation: Long hair and beads are right for me. p. 7 -- Pant dress: Style makes women look young. p. 7 -- A new opportunity: Former WSU grid All-conference player, linebacker Jim Waskiewicz, starts play with American Football League's newest franchise, the Cincinnati Bengals, this season. p. 8
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