The Sunflower, v.71, no.12 (October 14, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 14, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Branch of psychedelic church established by local 'boo hoo' / J. La Forge -- SGA makes appointments for officers -- Photo times are extended by Parnassus -- Eunice Boardman is guest clinician -- Freshman class elections to be held Wednesday -- Well known folk singing group featured during Homecoming -- Daily news show to be broadcast -- Victor A. Garres, French consul to visit campus -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Reserves receive reprieve: Enlistments eliminate need -- WSU Spurs to attend convention -- Piano recital feature of faculty-artist series -- Same song, new tune -- CAC food, ROTC Riot Club concern students as issues -- Student comments: Students attending WSU for different reasons / Mike Kiser -- 'Peanuts' gospel to be subject of noted vicar -- Noted group from Britain to perform -- Several changes take place on Library staff -- Society news: Greeks plan parties, busy season seen / Cheri Basta -- Baha'is plan observance of United Nations Week -- Bureau relocates in new offices in Ed. Center -- Two University bureaus get full time staffs -- Young Republicans will elect Queen at meeting Sun. -- Librarian reports summer months easy on books -- Motorcycle safety points subject of pamphlet -- Art professor awarded grant in metal deisgn -- Alpha Phi Alpha smoker planned for Saturday -- Today's costume look college fashion rage / Marilyn Ruggles -- Famous quartet appears tonight to give concert -- University theatre to present five productions -- Annual band day activities planned -- KU lit conference to host WSU prof -- Journalism professor yours Asia / Pat O'Connor -- Many prizes offered in poetry contest -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Faculty rolls over Huns in intramural grid play / Steve Gresham -- 'World's greatest pool player' displays his skills in Wichita / Steve Gresham -- Shocker 'Bohl' contest scheduled for Saturday / Mike Kiser
Photograph(s): Peter, Paul, and Mary, popular folk song group, will appear during Homecoming, Nov. 5. p. 1 -- The Fine Arts Quartet featuring left to right Leonard Sorkin, Abram Loft, Gerald Stanick, and George Sopkin, will appear in DFAC Oct. 14. p. 9 -- Prof. David Ward. p. 10 -- Minnesota Fats demonstrates his ability as the world's greatest "Hustler." p. 12