The Sunflower, v.72, no.57 (July 16, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.57. Wichita, Kansas, July 16, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Concerned community supports Northeast's third pre-school / Bob Jordan -- Fatal shootings total 192 during week of July 7-14 -- Form of dissent topic of lecture -- 'Tobacco Road’ opens Thursday for 3 nights -- Federal aid to colleges authorized -- Abolitionist’s mystique attracts Merrill into Garrison research / Vicki McKissick -- Stipends returned; Funds not needed / Vicki McKissick -- Band, Chorus to appear in concert -- WSU coed to seek Miss Kansas crown -- Fijian artifacts now on display in University’s Museum of Man / Vicki McKissick -- Regents increase budget for 1970 by 17.8 per cent -- Law, without justice -- Absence of justice -- Framework of freedom -- Ideas taking hold, this reader believes -- Theatre review: 'Earnest' applauded / Andy Brown -- Music is art, communication for 'The Newstead Abbey’ duo -- 'Urban-racial crises’ aim of ad campaigns / Robert D. Haworth -- Funds given for WSU construction -- Rockefeller gets Love’s support for nomination -- CAC cafeteria provides wide selection of foods / Paula Simons -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Armstrong inks pro pact with ABA'S Oakland Oaks -- Ex-Shocker cager Wessel East coach -- Threatened players’ strike over; Ex-Shocks in NFL set for drills
Photograph(s): Active pre-schoolers: Two youngsters get outdoor activity at the St. Alban's pre-school. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 1 -- Freshman pre-registration: Anita Griep, Wichita North High School graduate, discusses her course schedule for the forthcoming year with counselor Victor Zuercher. Pre-registration for new freshmen will continue through Friday. p. 1 -- Dr. Walter Merrill. p. 2 -- Authentic cannibal loot: Remains of humans skull. Fijian weapons and cooking pot are among the artifacts displayed in latest Museum of Man exhibit. Rm. 231, McKinley Hall. p. 3 -- Pat Moline.p. 3 -- 'The Newstead Abbey': Steve McCaskey (left) and Steve Amos see music as a form of artistic expression and a means of communication. p. 6 -- CAC snackbar, One of the more popular gathering places on campus, offers students relaxation, recreation, and good food between classes. p. 7 -- Food preparation: CAC cafeteria cooks prepare meat dishes for the cafeteria serving line. p. 7 -- Roland Lakes. p. 8 -- Bob Long. p. 8 -- John Eckman. p. 8