The Sunflower, v.71, no.22 (November 9, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.22. Wichita, Kansas, November 9, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Docking wins governorship: Docking commands early lead at polls -- Straw poll shows docking leader for governor -- Crowning of Becky Shenk highlights '66 Homecoming -- Johnson lauded outstanding / J. La Forges -- Student Govt. Association, Congress involved in many yearly activities / Ron Wylie -- Students attend Ecumenical Council this weekend -- Journalism fraternity announces winners -- Gallery exhibits paintings -- Two faculty members open art exhibition -- James Campbell to address honors students -- Business frat pledges will face initiation before holiday break -- Instructor of the Week: Grad Music instructor recalls Navy days / Mary Ellen Borst -- Dr. Victor Meyer to give speech -- Students take 12 trophies -- Audience discussion set for news forum -- - is in the eye of the beholder -- Letters from campus / Lester E. Mood -- Student body gets congratulations; Reader slams library closing -- Kappa Sigs plan to affiliate with national fraternity / Cheri Basta -- Commendation medal given -- Journalism school provides training -- Psychology Club to hold meeting to discuss LSD -- Mayor reads paper at U. of Missouri -- Episcopaleans [sic] to sponsor activities -- Two delegations go to St. Louis for Model UN -- Student members comment on psychedelic controversy / J. La Forge -- Program series to feature Rev. John Banks -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Cowboys stampede Shockers / Mike Kiser -- Honors grabbed in karate tourney -- College publication advisors vote to support editor -- Board considers European trip -- Results show improvement: Shocks cop fourth in weekend meet
Photograph(s): This winning float was displayed in Saturday's parade by members of Alpha Phi. p. 1 -- Tri Delts took first place in sorority division Homecoming displays and second place in overall. p. 1 -- Artists Glenn Zweygarlt and Bill Bolton are seen with a display of their work. p. 2 -- Dr. Gordon Terwilliger. p. 3 -- Captain Robert J. Albers, assistant professor of aerospace studeis [sic], receives the Air Force Commendation Medal from Major Darrell C. Dowdy, professor of aerospace studies. p. 5 -- This week's Eye Opener is Marilyn Lueker, a UC Freshman majoring in Education. This 18 year old blonde likes to antique furniture as her hobby. (Some lucky guy in the future) A graduate pf East High, Marilyn is eyeing the future with soft green eyes with plans to teach. p. 7 -- Jerrold Durling: Wyoming inside tackle played havoc with the Shocker offense in Saturday's game. p. 8