The Sunflower, v.68, no.48 (April 28, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.48, Wichita, Kansas, April 28, 1964. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 2 movies scheduled by Wichita society -- Hippodrome festivities scheduled for Friday -- Ensembles to appear in concert -- JFK Scholarship cited to aid Negro student -- ID photos taken in Morrison lobby -- CAC news forum scheduled for noon -- SGA application deadline today -- Heysinger resigns University position -- Stadium to house classrooms -- Editorial views: Annual circus -- 2 students to share grant for European seminar tour -- H.S. music students attend state festival / Dan Garrity -- World's Fair exhibit planned by sororities, fraternities -- AV workshop set for summer -- SGA to name committee heads tonight -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Retiring ROTC instructor receives medal for meritorious service / Ted Tilma -- WU weekend sports record wins, losses / Bill Mingle -- Friendly understanding purpose of international organization / Rick Lane -- Zeta Phi Eta local chapter host officer -- 10 ROTC cadets in training for aerospace summer unit -- CYR elect officers at recent meeting -- WU selected as official test center
Photograph(s): Shocker stadium is currently undergoing change. The walkways under the stadium have been sealed shut and the interior below the stadium is being readied to contain classrooms and studios for art students. p. 1 -- Dean Jack Heysinger. p. 1 -- European seminar students are, from left, Linda Anderson, Dave Crockett, Suzanne Barrows, Monte Tatro, Kaye Siler, and Jerry Hong. Not pictured is Walt Pringle. p. 2 -- International students looking over an international map are Al Raisdana, Iran; Rick Lane, USA; Cary Kazibash, Pakistan; Mary Esther Jones, USA and Mahin Noarami, Iran. p. 4
"See Weekend Sports Wrap-up On page 4"