The Sunflower, v.68, no.16 (November 12, 1963)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, November 12, 1963. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Students, faculty greet Dr. Lindquist: Rise, applaud WU president -- DG wins HC crown -- 21 musicians to present chamber music -- Shockers drop Dayton in 12-7 HC grid tilt / Ted Rinebarger -- Registration forms requsted by SGA -- 'Macbeth' readings set for this week -- Sagging spirit -- Wichita Symphony concerts to feature famous organist -- Byrd proclaims International Students Week -- Chemical explosion rocks research lab -- Reel time to show 'The Thread of Life' -- French instructor writes for 'Review' -- Community leaders express high hopes for WU and regard for its president -- Rep. Skubitz points to WU future -- State editors, from near and far, send best wishes to new president / John H. Colburn, R. A. Clymer, John J. Conard, Hubert L. Greenbank -- State school chief sends WU greetings / Adel F. Throckmorton -- Student enthusiasm high regarding new president -- 68 years of history at university revealed / Grady Nixon -- WU's first lady interested in activities of campus / Phil Snodgrass -- Paul Wunsch offers his hopes for WU / Paul R. Wunsch -- Faculty interviews reveal high regard for Emory Lindquist -- Student discovery opportunities a college goal: Pres. Lindquist / Bill Mingle -- Rep. Bill Avery conveys his best wishes / Bill Avery -- U.S. Senator greets new WU president / Frank Carlson -- Greetings sent WU by Shriver / Garner E. Shriver -- Rep. Ellsworth sends his wishes / Robert F. Ellsworth -- Impressions from Lindsborg: New president fondly remembered by scholars in former home town / Nancy Harris -- State Board of Regents head salutes President Lindquist / Henry A. Bubb -- Rep. Dole wishes well / Bob Dole -- HEW head wishes WU all success / Anthony J. Celebrezze -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Sociology frat to sponsor coffee today -- 7 men precede Dr. Lindquist to school's presidential post / Grady Nixon -- UC student develops plans for WU time capsule burial / Bill Rapps -- Army ROTC sharpshooters seek members
Photograph(s): President Emory Lindquist. p. 1 -- Pictoral review of homecoming weekend events: Duerksen named queen; Flyers attempt pass; Band performs; Work on display. p. 1 -- Engineering council won the independent division with 'Daytona Crash - Shocker Smash". p. 2 -- Ablah Library, constructed at a cost of $1,500,000 was opened in the fall of 1962. The library was designed to allow for expansion with a full basement not in use and the possibility of adding a fourth floor when necessary. p. 4 -- Morrison Hall, pictured in the background, has been recently renovated and now contains the office of the President. p. 5 -- Delta Delta Delta won the first place trophy with 'fling the flyers'. p. 8 -- Sigma Phi Epsilon received the first place trophy in the fraternity division. p. 8
"WU Time Capsule Proposed See Page 8"