The Sunflower, v.71, no.20 (November 4, 1966)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.71 no.20. Wichita, Kansas, November 4, 1966. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Many events set for Homecoming weekend / Cheri Basta -- President's message / Emory Lindquist -- Kansas govt. is topic of Robt. Docking / J. La Forge -- Parnassis pics deadline set for first of Dec. -- Pep Council sponsors rally -- 875 students work toward College of Fine Arts degree / Jackie Glaser -- Roberts cancels meeting; Constitutionality contended / Ron Wylie -- Gamma Phi Betas continue tradition of selling mums -- Collegiate kindergarten? -- The non-voting member: Student government comments / Ron Wylie -- SDS president answers; Reader attacks UN -- Fairmount College created as 'Vassar of the West' / Ron Wylie -- Book reviews: Novel called difficult; Portrays Russian life / Ron Wylie -- Homecoming concert presents folk trio / J. La Forge -- A fable continued & ended -- Society news: Greeks frantically working for Homecoming trophy / Cheri Basta -- Homecoming attire for concert -- WSU to be scene of open autocross -- Engineering school offers varied degree program / Pat O'Connor -- Air ROTC office increases space by 115 percent -- YMCA will sponsor Rocky Mt. director -- 'Service' so that man may see the light / written by Kris Burgerhoff, photographs by Darrell Barton -- College of Business enters fifth decade this year / Janice Hake -- 18 chosen for Anchorettes -- Five beauties vie for Homecoming Queen -- News forum discusses campus SDA chapter -- Student placement lists opportunities on bulletin board -- Cheerleaders sound victory for Shocks -- College of Education composed of eight depts. / Mary Ellen Borst -- WSU has "Gold Dust Twins" -- Double goal of LA College reached by many paths / Nancy Chabine -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Kansas Democrats ti be scratched from LBJ agenda -- Team young, enthusiastic according to grid coach -- Shocks to host MVC Harriers meet Saturday -- Homecoming game to test Shockers / Mike Kiser -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Girls tourneys to be held -- Gymnastics team to complete for Valley victory
Photograph(s): Walter J. Duerkson, Dean of the College of Fine Arts, presides over the School of Music and the department of art. p. 3 -- Peter, Paul, and Mary, popular folk singers, will appear in the Field House at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow. p. 5 -- Charles V. Jakowatz, Dean of the Engineering School, is a noted author of many technical papers. p. 7 -- F. D. Jabara, Dean of the College of Business Administration, has been with WSU since 1949, and heads over 1,000 students and faculty members. p. 10 -- The varsity cheerleaders will lead the Shockers to victory over Wyoming in Saturday's Homecoming game. p. 12 -- Kenneth Nickel, acting Dean of Education, presides over eight different units comprising the College of Education. p. 13 -- J. Kelley Sowards, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, heads two primary goals of the college. p. 14 -- Glenn Meltzer. p. 14 -- John Eckman. p. 14 -- Rick Egloff: Cowboy quarterback to lead powerful Wyoming attack. p. 15 -- Ron Billingsley: Giant 6'8" 270 lb. tackle to make things tough on Shockers. p. 16
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