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iTI has fulfilled its mission well.
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Kansas Tech-K State td..
When Stan Koplik the Board of Regents Executive Director
proposed that Kansas Tech merge with Kansas State University at
the March 14 Board of Regents meeting mouths fell open in total
President Tom Creech was dumbfounded since there had been
no previous indication of such a proposal Harlan Ross was
stupetied After the news broke in the Salina Journal that following
Saturday a wave of panic spread throughout the student populus
The questions and potential ramifications caused faculty and
staff to carefully peruse the effects of such a merger Though some
felt that cozying up to K State would benefit our high tech
campus the vast malority disagreed with Koplik s proposed
On April 30 the selected members who made up the Feasibility
Study Committee met at Kansas Tech. The predominant attitude of
members rang clearly throughout the four-hour meeting. Merging
the two schools would not produce the desired effects listed by
Stan Koplik in his original proposal.
At the second meeting in June, the question ot merger was
dispelled entirely. All present felt that Kansas Tech would serve the
state, community and its students better if left to pursue its mission ,-
without K-State. age
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Michael Heidrick ET
Roger Heinecke ET
Paul Henson ET
Linda High CT
'HW' Kirk Holliday CT
William Holmes CT
Daniel Horinek ET
Ron Hultman ET
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All bets ere eff as Mike Robben and Allen Moore fqke saw as much action as Harry and helped to alleviate much
advantage of their "oft time." The pool tables in the union of The deGd-line tension 0ff0Ched to OSSiQnm9l1fS-
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