The Sunflower, v.72, no.48 (April 30, 1968)

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The Sunflower, v.72 no.48. Wichita, Kansas, April 30, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Tatlock takes SGA reins; Bill of Rights passed -- Fine Arts Festival begins tonight, 8 p.m. -- California prof talks about China / Dan Bradford -- Hippodrome skits start Friday; Classes cancelled for events -- Chairman of Cessna Co. named outstanding engineering alumnus -- 'Thieves market' gives all artists chance to display -- Mobocracy -- 'Face lifting' welcomed -- Patience, please -- Joseph predicts future of Ballast -- Tenure, athletics viewed by Senate -- Civil rights leader eulogizes Dr. King -- Researcher announces universe will explode -- School execs takes 'safari' for teachers -- 'Issues 68’ uses choices as basis -- Psychology prof claims Negro unsure of social status / Ron Smith -- Coach's hope becomes reality; Shocks take two from Bills / Mike Kiser -- Golfers hit 2nd season win over OSU Cowboys -- Golf walk race head activities in intramurals -- Burton second at Penn; Holliday fourth at Drake -- Mendell selected for All-American academic team -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Defense grabs another victory in 'best scrimmage’ of season / Bob Jordan -- Hawks, Hurricanes upend Shockers in weekend meets
Photograph(s): Girls, ever wonder why your men play tennis?: With beautiful coeds roaming the tennis courts, it's surprising more guys don't take up the sport. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Asian development: Yasushi Akashi, official from the United Nations Secretariat, addressed Wichita Conference on Asian Development Friday in Wllner Auditorium. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 1 -- Dwane Wallace. p. 3 -- Just 22 years ago: The present Veterans Field was under construction. By 1969, WSU officials hope to add 26,000 seats to the present 16,000 seat facility. p. 5 -- Accent on Progress: Downtown expansion highlighted as Wichita's centennial observance nears reality / photos by Paul Chauncey -- Hawaiian funfest: Students enjoyed Fairmount Tower's annual luau, held Friday night in the dorm's dining commons building. The dining and pool areas were decorated in the Islands theme for the event. p. 8 -- 'Thieves market': Theme of the spring art fair, to be held in Henrion Gym Saturday and Sunday. Pictured are Paula Plott and Bob Duffield, WSU art students. / photo by Mary Ann Ireland. p. 9 -- Dave Murrey. p. 11 -- Where'd it go?: Shocker Southpaw Den Spies patiently awaits a right hand slam from Tulsa's MVC finalist, Mike Beard. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 12
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The Sunflower
v.72 no.48
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