The Sunflower, v.72, no.50 (May 7, 1968)

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The Sunflower, v.72 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Love, truth most important to prisoners says ex-con / Mike Kiser -- Delta Gamma coed crowned Queen -- Health grant awarded to Biology Dept. -- Dr. Lindquist will preside Thursday at honors convo -- Gamma Phi-Beta combined entry wins Overall Hippodrome Award / Vicki McKissick -- Ex-convict calls punishment deterrent to rehabilitation / Bob Jordan -- WSU Biology students get Ph.D. grants -- Two WSU grads chosen to attend Virginia Assembly -- Cheerleaders to hold final clinic tonight -- 11th photo exhibit entries on display -- Engineering students get awards for open house -- Modifications necessary -- New(d) approach -- Don't let it die -- From an outsider: Golfing gals’ gab grating of soul / Ron Smith -- Conference on women held on May 14 -- Radio award presented to junior coed -- Education Act subject of conference -- Librarian, policies attacked in letter from irate employee / Kathy Hodge -- KARD-FM to air 'Woods on Books' -- Intramural trackmen to run for records / Mike Kiser -- Only two jerseys retired at WSU -- UC aids frosh, sophs gain educational goal -- Peace author to speak at city library -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Improved netters travel to battle at MVC tourney -- Assaria’s Shogren signs cage letter to play for Shocks -- 'Best offense is good defense'; Black team proves it Saturday -- Triangular yields good performances -- Snodgrass gets Olympic tickets at Saturday fete -- Baseballers take Drake; Tulsa doesn't co-operate -- Faculty Senate discussions include tenure regulations -- Insurance men to meet today for discussion -- Texas artist to play in 8 p.m. band concert -- Publications to compete in contest
Photograph(s): Ex-con speaks: Bill Sands, ex-convict who established the Seven Step Foundation for prisoner rehabilitation, spoke in Wilner last night. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- First place: Award for overall skit competition during Hippodrome festivities went to Gamma Phi Beta and Beta Theta Pi. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Hippodrome, May Queen, Sigmathon/Deltathon contest highlights of Greek Week activities / photos by Paul Chuancey. pp. 6-7 -- Wares for sale: Student arranges artwork for display and sale at Thieves Market, held Saturday and Sunday in Henrion Gymnasium. / photo by Paul Chancey. p. 9 -- Hard running: Randy Cayce (33) begins to crack through the line. Black shirts prevailed over White, 31-16, in Saturday's intra-squad scrimmage. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 11 -- Pranksters play: During spare time, ingenious chemistry students created this illusion of a beer bottle smashed through a window at McKinley. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 12
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The Sunflower
v.72 no.50
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