The Sunflower, v.71, no.21 (November 7, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Bonfire pep rally is year's biggest success / Ron Wylie -- Becky Shenk named 1966 Homecoming Queen -- Five installed as Sr. Honor Men in Sat. ceremony -- Two Kansans display art in gallery -- Kans. Junior College enrollment on rise / Janice Hake -- Robt. Docking favored in pre-election polls -- Five thousand teachers attend Wichita convention -- Two groups to give photography awards -- Homecoming displays set -- Richard Johnson to give concert in CAC Ballroom -- Noted philosopher speaks to group on art's history -- University Debate Society travels almost 23,000 miles in tourneys / John Choens -- A duty to yourself -- An expression of freedom -- Shoutin' Shockers challenged; Reader concerned over 'apathy' -- Symphony to give concert in DFAC -- Dr. Perline to lecture on recession -- Paintings, money, candy stolen from CAC floors -- Trumpeter visits Lear Jet Corp. -- Sage grants offer study to students -- Faculty members comments on psychedelic controversy / J. La Forge -- LSD effects is topic of psych study -- Peine supported as write-in candidate -- Faculty members receive awards for UF work -- Young Demos hold drive -- Dorm developer given till Jan. 3 to sell bonds -- Scholarships offered by Stanford University -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- White Journalism School offers graduate work -- Graduate receives Foundation grant -- Thompson injured during practice Thursday night -- Freshman back praised -- Intramural BB season to start November 14
Photograph(s): This cheerleaders became so enthusiastic in her yells, she became a pillar of fire. Actually, she was leading school yells at Friday night's successful Bonfire Rally. p. 1 -- Becky Shenk, WSU Homecoming Queen for 1966, rides in downtown parade Saturday morning. p. 1 -- Students worked late into the night on their displays for Saturday's judging. p. 1 -- Bill Sands, ex-convict, turned writer, addressed a session of the 103rd Kansas State Teacher's Association's Meeting in the Field House Friday. p. 2 -- A member of the band plays taps for student apathy, at the Bonfire Rally Friday night. p. 2 -- Kenny Lee. p. 8