The Sunflower, v.71, no.16 (October 26, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.16. Wichita, Kansas, October 26, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Unassisted and undetected: Sunflower succeeds in pulling 'world's smallest' panty raid / Anonymous -- Organ prof gives concert for series -- Activities are planned for Parents Day -- President meets regents -- Panel of judges to interview Queen candidates -- How could it happen? -- University theatre opens with comedy by Kanin -- Psychology Club to hold meeting tomorrow night -- Senator James Pearson to attend coffee today -- Instructors of the Week: Professor's [sic] backgrounds differ, have common interest in math / Mary Ellen Borst -- Debate team takes honors -- Anchorettes leave for annual festival -- 'Death of God' presented Friday -- Alpha Chi win 'Karny' trophy -- Party for students in Logopedics -- Dept. heads to speak at news forum -- A many sided affair -- Apathy Party defined as progressive -- Reader believes editor, writers at an impasse, presents views / John Calhoun -- Nat'l colleges ti be sent allocations -- Series of topics being discussed at college life -- Charles M. Tiebout to lead discussion -- Panhellenic girls campaign for zoo question -- Nat'l effort on alcohol announced -- KMUW to hold fold festival in CAC Thursday -- Problems of Atlantic unity will be topic of speech -- Siu Choh Leung to speak here -- 300 high school students to attend Sat. 'Concurso' -- Strong Razorback gridders leave Shockers scoreless / Mike Kiser -- 3 squad members suspended from Shocker team -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- K-State Herriers defeat WSU -- Trackmen to attend southern meet -- Green Bay Packer holds record
Photograph(s): Of course, we would never run such a story without proof, so pictured above is the "proof." p. 1 -- Rose Mary Gerhardt, Jim Mahoney, Phil Szajnuk play lead roles in "Born Yesterday." p. 1 -- Sen. James B. Pearson. p. 1 -- Dr. [William] Perel. p. 2 -- Dr. [Mohamed] Mahrous. p. 2 -- Wanda Graham and Ranny Ramesy display the first place trophy they won Saturday. p. 3 -- This week's Eye Opener is Shari Thompson, a sophomore majoring in English. This 19 year old beauty from Beatrice, Nebraska lists sports as her hobby. p. 5 -- Harry Jones, devastating in his attack. p. 8 -- Jon Brittenum led Razorbacks' first half romp. p. 8