The Sunflower, v.71, no.24 (November 15, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.24. Wichita, Kansas, November 15, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s):Austrian ambassador will be on campus -- Fair housing discussed by commission -- College of Business reveals appointment -- New program held in CAC -- Dance planned -- Campbell delivers speech at Honors Society Meeting -- 5 University students are senior Honor Men -- Research scientist will be speaker here Thursday -- Warnings issued -- 'Induction’ is topic of speech by noted philosopher -- SDS meeting held to tell goals, aims -- Comedy-murder featured -- WSU Angel Flight sells tickets for date with Angel -- Student Information Service announces European jobs -- WSU profs attend psychology meet -- Psychedelics as a key: Psychedelic 'boo hoo' addresses first public Psych Club meeting / J. La Forge -- Annual exhibition presented by Springfield Art Museum -- Tennessee writer to speak in CAC on God and man -- Apathy: A positive approach -- Abbott blasted by readers; Apathy blamed on administration -- Book review: Search for a stranger / Friday Green -- Student's views on apathy differ -- "From 1-room class ti 52 acres" describes Logopedics expansion / Janice Hake -- Carl Freeman to address ROTC cadets -- Sex educations to integrate school students -- "Cold War" GI Bill serves WSU students -- NDE will sponsor Spanish program -- Dr. Victor Meyer, London specialist, tours institute -- Annual fall choral concert to be presented tonight -- Journalism study shows 16 percent enrollment hike -- Program officers educational study in Scandinavia -- Six women initiated into Zeta Phi Eta, nat’I speech sorority -- Young Demos hear attorney on election -- Senior football men honored at dance -- Grad student finds work in ice cream cone factory -- Debate team participates in tournaments -- WSU delegation will be chosen for Y assembly -- Deadline by business frat announced -- McConnell Univac viewed by faculty -- Junior college growth evolves into major educational change -- Cross country meet held at Echo Hills -- AFROTC shows record high -- Study Abroad for teachers -- Cage conflict holds honor -- Raiders prepare for upcoming intramural action -- College Life plans Thursday meeting -- Fencing tourney draws 34 entries -- Shock records broken as NTS Eagles prevail -- Intramural teams represent Cagers in five leagues / Mike Kiser -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Kappa Sigma Sigma takes intramural championship -- Defensive back Lee Stucky excells [sic] in various sports / Bob Jordan
Photograph(s): Dr. Dan Costly. p. 1 -- James Ewan, Boo Hoo of the Wichita University branch of the Neo-American church, spoke at the first public meeting of the Psychology Club. p. 3 -- The Institute of Logopedics was first quartered in this room of the fourth floor of Jardine Hall. p. 6 -- In 1939 the Instituted moved to the building now housing KMUW due to increasing needs for space. p. 6 -- In 1949, again faced with acute space shortage, the Institute moved to its present location on 21st Street. p. 6 -- Manufacturer visits from Germany: William Baker (r) spent some time on the WSU campus as a guest of his son Gary, a graduate student in economics. Bill Woodward, (c) a junior in economics, and Gary spent the summer in Gudensberg working in his father's factory. p. 9 -- College of Business faculty travelled [sic] to McConnell Air Force Base to see operation of the UNIVAC. p. 9
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