The Sunflower, v.71, no.08 (October 5, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.8. Wichita, Kansas, October 5, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): WSU students target of assault, petty extortion gang / Kris Burgerhoff -- 200 new parking spaces planned for fiscal year -- Organizations urged to sign space contract -- 'Pals' to meet in Newman Center -- News forum to be held -- AWS meeting -- Poli. Science Club -- Phi Alpha’s, DG's take top honors Saturday night -- Urban Center begins conferences -- ROTC prof promoted -- Art Department displays work in stairway gallery -- CYR will meet Sunday -- Debate tourney scheduled -- UFC Office offers info -- Fourteen debate teams to compete in "Mushrat" -- Your security stands guard -- Mark replaces staff, which replaced Bob, who replaced... -- Mrs. Morita Bateman, woman engineer, teaching on Business Admin. faculty -- Coverage of Eichmann trial influences public response -- Robert Goulet arrives, receives key to city / Cheri Basta -- Shockers finish last in cross-country meet -- Bearcats down Shocks 20-6; Meltzer ties receiving record -- Open House held last Sunday by Fairmount Towers
Photograph(s): Winner of the fraternity division during Nightshirt Parade was Phi Alpha's fleet "Happiness is Rolling Over the Beracats." p. 1 -- Major M. R. Robbins, former field artillery commander in Viet Nam receives gold oak leaf from Colonel Denlinger. p. 2 -- Morita Bateman, former structural engineer with Boeing, teaches business administration. / photo by Bruce Beringer. p. 5 -- Robert Goulet, popular recording star, was greeted affectionately at the Wichita Municipal Airport Tuesday by two Patricia Stevens students. / photo taken by Darrell Barton. p. 7 -- Tony Jackson led Cincy to victory of WSU. p. 8 -- Glenn Meltzer ties pass reception record. p. 8