The Sunflower, v.71, no.18 (October 31, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.18. Wichita, Kansas, October 31, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): School of Music features faculty members concert / Cheri Basta -- WSU Anchorettes return Sat. from festival -- Honors Society votes to work with SGC / J. LA Forge -- International Club meeting elects officers for year -- Stockholm prof addresses geology classes today -- Logopedics party held on campus -- Public concert tonight: School music teachers expected to draw 800 -- Philosopher to visit WSU -- German recitation given by girls six and three -- Theatre review: 'Born Yesterday' praised / Run Wylie -- Society picks officials of college bowl -- 'Dylan' production rescheduled for date in February -- Cars bottle Bond St. as experts seek aid -- A darn good idea -- Like today: A fable for sometime -- Instructor writes against SDS; Campus group blasted by reader -- Senator Pearson joins audience at informal coffee -- Military science students given awards at ceremony -- Life of journalist is seldom dull / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Faculty handbook becomes reality -- Fox, skunks, raccoons named rabies carriers -- Guitarist Richard Johnson to give concert in CAC -- Brass Quintet plays before 350 persons -- Psychology Club schedules James Ewan speaker -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Kappa Sig edges Phi Delta Theta in champion intramural game / Steve Gresham
Photograph(s): Sybille and Sedna Schlesier demonstrate their bilingualism to Psychology 111 classes. p. 2 -- Richard Johnson, classical guitarist, will appear in the CAC Monday, November 7. p. 7 -- The New York Brass Quintet were well received at Friday's performance. p. 7
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