The Sunflower, v.72, no.36 (March 8, 1968)

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The Sunflower, v.72 no.36. Wichita, Kansas, March 8, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): 'Salisbury Reports’ to feature Viet views of noted journalist -- Congress holds short session, moves into 'closed door’ group -- Von Trapp lecture set for Monday -- Buy-back service: Campus book problems, prices explained / Bill Stegman -- Bookstore buy-back policy subject of investigation -- Civil rights, riot squads covered at news forum / Ron Smith -- Vocalists featured in Tuesday concert -- They came from outer space to 'put an end to war’ he said / Bob Jordan -- London band master to direct WSU’s band -- Bad wiring set as fire source -- Disrespectful display -- Cause for recognition -- Sunflower error concerns principal -- World premiere of war drama, modern comedy, set for stage -- WSU Singers will appear with Wichita Symphony -- NAACP official blasts 'Black Power' leaders / Dan Bradford -- Author's pal will discuss film on panel -- CAC owned, operated: WSU Bookstore functions told -- Society: Social frat to colonize -- CAC policy on posters in effect -- College turns Liberal Arts into areas -- Management expert still asks 'what?' -- Television serves students many ways -- Population of Wichita will soar -- Shocks, Golden Hurricane to vie Saturday with 'pride’ at stake / Mike Kiser -- Armstrong named to United Press AII-MVC quintet -- Intramural cage champ to be determined Monday -- 'Fourth quarter’ P.E. class gets footballers in shape for spring / Mike Kiser -- Candidates interviewed for athletic director post -- E-State strong; WSU short-handed -- Wildcats, Horned Frogs join Cards in NCAA Midwest Regional field
Photograph(s): 'Saucerman': Little men are going to "put an end to war and violence," according to John Dean (See story, page 3). / photo by Paul Chauncey. p.1 -- Major Rodney Bashford. p. 3 -- Stairway: Present exhibit which it on display In the Stairway Art Gallery of the Art Department. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 5 -- CYR royalty: Pam Veatch, left and Corkie Cotter are candidates for Collegiate Young Republican Queen. / photo by Dean Wagner. p. 7 -- Instant video: Neil Brown operates the videotape machine while a student reads an assignment for a speech class. p. 9 -- Warren Armstrong. p. 10 -- Aggressive play: Intramural basketball champ will be determined Monday night in Henrion Gym. p. 10 -- WSU pole vaulter: Fred Burton made a 15-foot jump last night at the triangular meet. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 11
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The Sunflower
v.72 no.36
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