The Sunflower, v.71, no.09 (October 7, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, October 7, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Atty-General will answer Loyalty suit -- College qualification tests now available -- Wilson grants available -- SGA reports 5 vacancies -- Draft info aired at frosh convo -- Voter registration decision reversed by 'outside’ registration day, Oct. 8 -- Young Republicans to select Queen from candidates -- Army Blues name new members -- Society news: Chili supper, retreat included in Greek's projects for future -- On the Loyalty Oath -- Babbling at the bib -- Book review: Saucer facts compiled by Frank Edwards / Ron Wylie -- Grads active on campus -- Placement Office offers services -- European tours available during summer months -- Dr. Fahrbach is chosen member chairman of ACPA -- Alpha Phi Omega to hold first meeting Sunday -- Shocker tackle tabbed All-American prospect - Wants karate team: Karate champion attends WSU; Hold black belt -- Bulldogs 'warming up' for Shockers
Photograph(s): An injured Marine screams as his buddies help him. He was wounded during a fight for the "Rock Pile," a strategic hill overlooking valleys which are infiltration routes for North Vietnamese troops. p. 1 -- These six women are vying for the Collegiate Young Republican queenship. They are, l. to r., Ramona Stokey, Wanda Graham, Jan Henrie. Phyliss Hollander, Vicky Erkhardt, and Linda Jackson. p. 2 -- Steven Houser, College of Engineering, was presented with a Certificate of Design and Craftsmanship Thursday by Dean Charles Jakowatz. Houser won the Third State Award offered by the Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild in national competition for a model automobile which he designed. p. 3
"See Editorial Page 4"