The Sunflower, v.71, no.57 (May 5, 1967)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.57. Wichita, Kansas, May 5, 1967. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Panelists at news forum disagree on race situation / Jane Gilchrist -- Alf M. Landon will give views at conference -- Evaluations begin for 1968 choice of Honor Men -- Philharmonic featured in opening of festival -- Phi Delta Theta, Delta Delta Delta awarded trophy -- WSU students Parrticipate [sic] in National AAS Conclave -- Alpha Chis meet Sunflower team in bowl contest -- Alpha Kappa Psi and YPO will hold annual program -- Skydiving team awarded fourth at championship -- Seoul prof talks on modern Korea -- Demos to meet, formalize plans for coming year -- Lindquist resides over convocation to be held soon -- North High girl wins scholarship for fine record -- Drill teams take competition wins at Kansas State -- The ostrich syndrome -- Residents up in arms over food, conditions in Grace Wilkie dorm -- PR company F-7 awarded trophy at Kansas State -- Dr. Tasch will speak during science banquet -- School to offer summer shops -- Dr. Swomley offers views concerning pacifism -- Greek Week activities will end with dance / Cheri Basta -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- WSU chosen as 1967 center for CPS exam -- Errors, wild pitch aid Shocks in win over Kansas Wesleyan -- Shocker freshman golfers best ever; 'Rookie coach' acts as psychologist / Mike Kiser -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Herm Wilson named Shock track coach -- LA Lakers pick Jamie Thompson -- 'Stoll endowed with natural ability'; West senior netter seen as top doubles man / Bob Jordan -- ‘Tick-A-Thon’ starts today; Shocker fan support sought -- Golfers drop dual match to OU
Photograph(s): The Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra gave the opening performance at the Fine Arts Festival. p. 1 -- Brent Kington, speaker at WSU's Fine Arts Festival, gave a lecture Wednesday evening on the "Directions in Contemporary Art." p. 1 -- Stan Bonta has a low round of 72. p. 7 -- Al Wittman, leading Shocker freshman golfer. p. 7 -- Ned Stoll: Senior Shocker netter is blessed with natural ability. He is regarded by his coach as a top doubles man. p. 8
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