The Sunflower, v.72, no.60 (August 27, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.60. Wichita, Kansas, August 27, 1968. - 16 pages
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Article(s): 'Opportunity to build' challenge to new WSU President Ahlberg -- University College shows concern for new student -- 'Education' foreigners WSU goal -- From the President / Clark D. Ahlberg -- From the Dean / James J. Rhatigan -- Columbia’s Schoenbrun Convocation speaker -- Shocker tag brain child of '04 editor -- 'Vassar of the West' undergoes name changes, growth process -- Rhatigan address to highlight opening day of 'Shocker Week’ -- Residence halls homes for 1,300 -- University shuns merger attempts -- Unique document states rights, affirms student responsibilities [reprint from WSU Alumni Magazine, July, 1968] -- Fashions will introduce WSU women to AWS -- Fairmount grad designs official University seal -- Fiske Hall oldest campus building -- The great adventure -- Higher education city’s heritage -- 'Shocker Week, 1968’ offers activities for students -- Army, Air Force ROTC offers leadership training programs -- Rush action for Greeks on schedule -- Homecoming 1925 starts celebration -- Expanded CAC plans to open October 14 -- Now that Mickey Mouse is gone, students seek new clock hero / Bob Jordan -- Logopedics Institute famous world-wide -- Night grid sport born in Wichita -- Campus religious organizations strive for vital social unity -- Ablah Library staff seeks to provide student help -- Hippodrome annual event of WSU spring semester -- Coaches and players alike: 'New Faces of 1968' dominate WSU football picture / Mike Kiser -- Autumn marks start of intramural action -- All-Starters head frosh grid list -- Baby Shock cage squad talent Laden -- Harriers eye '67 repeat this season -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Five vets in starting positions as cagers eye winning season
Photograph(s): Photograph of Wichita State University and University of Wichita plaques. p. 1 -- New president: Dr. Clark D. Ahlberg was appointed to the WSU post in July. He succeeds Dr. Emory Lindquist, who resigned, effective Sept. 1. p. 2 -- Dr. J.R. Berg. p. 2 -- Forum Board presents: David Shoenbrun, journalist-historian, will speak to all-campus convo, Sept. 9, in Wilner Auditorium. p. 4 -- Old Faithful: Fiske Hall, built in 1906 is the oldest building on campus. Its walls have been a part of Fairmount College, Wichita University, and WSU. p. 5 -- Steering Committee meets: Members of the orientation steering committee include (from left to right) Karen Abel, Cheri Oatsdean, Margaret Blegstad, Kulani Taylor, Dean Lyle Gohn, Gaylord Smith. Linda Northcutt and Margaret Henline. p. 6 -- SGA heaad: One of the strongest supporters of the students rights document is Student Government Association president, John Tatlock. p. 7 -- [Illustration of] Fairmount Hall Buidling, which consisted of 20 rooms, was constructed in 1884 on the site of the present Wilner Auditorium. Fire destroyed the building in 1929. p. 8 -- Map of campus. p. 9 -- Cadets drill: WSU Air Force ROTC cadets march on the practice field. p. 10 -- Opening near: Campus Activities Center's $2 million plus addition is scheduled to open Oct. 14. p. 11 -- A dream come true: Mrs. Elizabeth Bosley (left), instructor of logopedics, demonstrates to student Diana Forbes an approach to correcting communicative disorder which was pioneered by Dr. Martin F. Palmer. p. 12 -- Religious center: Located at the center of the campus, Harvey D. Grace Memorial Chapel is interdenomination worship space. p. 13 -- [Illustration of] 1968 Football Map, WSU. p. 14 -- Intramural football: Fraternity and independent grid activity keeps WSU men busy. p. 15 -- Cross country star: Junior Ray Old Person hopes for a repeat of top performances of 1967. p. 15 -- Shocker cage hopes: Chance of a return to winning form for WSU basketball rest heavily upon the performance of Ron Washington (44) and Dave Skinner (40). p. 16