The Sunflower, v.71, no.52 (April 14, 1967)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.52. Wichita, Kansas, April 14, 1967. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Organization of ghettos presented as power tool / Steve Gresham -- Young Democrats choose officers for next year -- Light turnout is reported as 1st election day closes -- Cheerleading Squad increased as Negroes protest selections -- Dr. Bill Fullerton resigns position as College head -- Forum speakers expound on their civil rights views / Jane Gilchrist -- Movie review: 'A Man and a Woman' described as beautiful / J. LaForge -- Beanery revival plan fails -- Students submit buttons as contest deadline nears -- WSU students to compete at Natl Debate Tourney -- Stratman. Ross attend institute -- 2 one-act plays to be presented at 8:30 tonight -- Thus, we endorse -- Cheers, conflict, compromise -- Students submit differing views concerning Nazi leader's visit -- Readers see boycott to be without logic -- Wilson receives purchase award for art work -- Consequences of LSD use worsen with each week -- Rep. Skriver set to host alumni meeting in D.C -- Panhellenic group plans open house for frosh girls -- Mary Ellen Borst selected delegate to natl. meeting -- Hints to save students from mid-term 'Downsfall' / Marilyn Ruggles -- Phi Alpha Theta to feature panel -- College students traveling abroad on upward trend -- Additional funds, being asked for school dropouts -- Periodicals are added to Library shelves -- Hippodrome activities to keep Greeks busy / Cheri Basta -- Grade schoolers to display work in gallery show -- Institute to be held here -- Alpha Kappa Psi training pledges in frat make-up -- Funds allotment is approved by legislative vote -- Fine forehand makes Mike Wood number two Shocker net player / Bob Jordan -- Netters sweep Ft. Hays -- Track squad to Memphis Relays -- DUs intramural bowling champs -- New staff ups grid hopes / Jim Kinney -- Shocker sportights / Steve Gresham -- Versatile Fred Burton boosts Shocks to second-place finish
Photograph(s): Saul Alinskyp. p. 1 -- Eye Opener: Angela Hogue, freshman. p. 8 -- Mike Wood: Shockers' no. 2 singles player with a formidable forehand, lots of net trophies, and plenty of tennis potential. p. 10 -- Charley Perez: Sophomore half-miler will efforts at Memphis Relays tomorrow afternoon. p. 10 -- Boyd Converse, new Shocker grid coach. p. 11 -- Eddie Kriwell, heads the offense. p. 11 -- Ron Toman, quarterbacks & receivers. p. 11 -- Don Shoemake, works with offensive line. p. 11 -- Larry Lacewell, in charge of defense. p. 11 -- Jim Johnson, defensive line coach. p. 11 -- Dale Boutwell, to stop pass completions. p. 11 -- Lon Williams, new freshman coach, comes to WSU on a graduate Assistantship. Williams will work with the Freshmen, readying them for their varsity careers. p. 11 -- Tom Holliday: Sophomore shot-putter captured his specialty in triangular meet, Tuesday at Veterans Field. p. 12
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