The Sunflower, v.71, no.48 (March 31, 1967)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.48. Wichita, Kansas, March 31, 1967. -12 pages
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Article(s): Declarations of candidacy must be picked up soon -- Fugate to speak to WSU women Wednesday night / Sue Lerch -- Displays, banquet, softball will highlight open house -- Director reveals plans for expansion of CAC / Jane Gilchrist -- Election is today for May Queen in area 3, CAC -- Candidates for AWS told; Elections to be held today -- UCF Pastor Tom Townsend presented Danforth Grant / Chris [sic] Burgerhoff -- 2 trophies taken by debate team in Valley tourney / Bob Sheridan -- Motions passed; Club voted down at SGC meeting -- VISTA recruiter to visit WSU campus next week -- Movie review: CIA funded werewolf featured in flick flop / J. LaForge -- Kix band to play Sunday -- 'Be creative ' -- The Quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Brettis -- Director explains price of book; Student wants Nazi leader here -- Ghana reverend speaks of Africa at club meeting -- GM Cars To Get Buzzers -- University prof given lead role in Boston Opera -- Society news: Greeks will be bust with spring activities / Cheri Basta -- Democrats to meet -- WSU debaters in top 38 -- Program selects two professors to be associates -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- 4 seniors investigate civil war battle in New Mexico / Debbie Beard -- Easter vacation gatherings cause forum comments / Jane Gilchrist -- City conference on China checks U.S. policy -- Professors elect AAUP officers during convention -- Immorality of social sciences discussed / Susan King -- Alumni, Lindquist plane to convene in Chicago, Illinois -- Samoan film by head of Anthro Dept. is shown -- Students eligible to win awards in German exam -- 'Baffle of the sexes' puzzle continued in fashion world / story by Marilyn Ruggles, photos by Virgil Stinson -- Spring football practice begins; Shocks engage in contact drills -- Holliday paces Shock trackmen at Arkansas -- Top prep stars sign with Shocks -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gersham -- Shocker take pair from Friends; Strong pitching highlights opener -- Shocker net team drops two matches -- Thompson leads Shocker golfers
Photograph(s): An architectural view of the $2,000,000 expansion of the CAC is shown as it is expected to look by September, 1968. The building in the background, just west of the present CAC, is the proposed 500 seat theatre. The entire floor space will be approximately doubled. p. 1 -- Rev. Tom Townsend. p. 2 -- Ken McKenzie. p. 2 -- The four trophies, pictured, were won by the WSU debate team and brought them 2nd place honors in the MVA Debate League. Pictured are (l.r.) Bill Balthrop, Coach Marvin Cox, and John Buckley. p. 6 -- Eye Opener: The topless craze has caught up with WSU. We persuaded this comely chick to pose 'topless' for another Sunflower first. However, we had to swear not to reveal her name, so men, you're outa luck. Fool to you too! p. 9 -- Shown l. to r. in casual wear is Pam Kinney wearing a black and white check dress by Lanz; Patti Hammond wearing an emerald freen semi-fitted shift by Denise Designs; Alan Schmidt wearing a pale yellow jacket with a navy shirt by Gant and grey slacks by beefeater; and Mike Moody wearing a navy blazer by Linett; red & black on white plaid trousers by beefeater, a blue button down shirt by Gant with an English Club tie. p. 10 -- Shown above in sports wear is Linda Rhodes wearing slims by Lanz and a Bandana print blouse by Gordon-Ford. She is escorted by Mike Moody wearing shorts by Comas and a matching Knit Shirt. p. 10 -- Pictured above in swim wear is Jama Catt wearing a multicolored bikini with a matching cover up by Lanz. Accompanying her is Jene McKassen wearing a yellow-gold Raja-Chex suit with a matching jacket. p. 10 -- Preparation for fall: Shocker football prospects practice blocking techniques as they ready themselves for next fall's rugged competition. p. 11
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The Sunflower
v.71 no.48
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