The Sunflower, v.71, no.26 (November 22, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.26. Wichita, Kansas, November 22, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s):Ernst Lemberger speaks on Friday panel discussion / Pat O'Connor -- Christmas Card Scholarship Fund repeated again -- Conference delegates stage protest walkout -- Debate tourney held here -- Energized device stops potential book thieves -- Wichita Symphony presents concert -- Blood drive begins slowly -- General Education courses offered by U. College / Kris Burgerhoff -- 'LBJ clobbered' says Red commentators -- Research scientist speaks to group on Jupiter probe -- Chariman speaks on organization -- Grid action seen by local orphans -- 12 students at breakfast -- Student file to list entertainment groups -- Apathy Party to hold info booth in CAC -- Econ Department makes study of water pollution -- Music students give concert in DFAC -- Tuition cost rise threatens end to college career -- Food prices too high according to students / Marilyn Schulte -- Party planned for Int'l Club -- Eight men take deferment tests here Saturday -- Suppressed evidence? -- We are thankful -- Reader finds 19 secret societies; SDS continues to be an issue -- Station KMUW history reviewed; Begins with shoe-box transmitter / Janice Hake -- Bulb designed to keep homeowners in the dark -- Association asks legislation for child protection -- Taylor presents award -- Dirksen claims Percy has presidential plans -- Reform Board probe draft lottery form -- FDA moves ti coordinate oral contraceptive labels -- Goldman team gives lecture on 'art market' -- Psychologist writes on 'convergers, divergers' -- Archaeology students invited to summer British Seminar -- John Butler to national council -- Faculty members attend convention in Norman, Okla. -- 'Two Gun' Cohen in Peking to participate in activities -- Student teacher applications due before December -- Sukarno criticized by Indonesian youth -- U. of Wisconsin faculty refuse to give information -- Social scientists warned against spy work -- Shockers outhustle, outhit, win; Blackboard sign proves true -- Hesse family doubts truth of 'cheaper by dozen' idea / Myrne Fletcher -- Freshman Cagers prepare for tough schedule -- Gymnastics team to begin season with CMU meet -- Intramural basketball open to WSU faculty -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Enthusiastic team awaits cage war -- Women's cage teams compete in tourney -- Seniors end grid career with Thanksgiving game
Photograph(s): Ernst Lemberger, Austrian ambassador to the United States, participates in a panel discussion held Friday in the political science lounge. p. 1 -- Karen Aldridge, LA Soph, prepares ti give blood during the Arnold Air Society-sponsored blood drive. p. 1 -- Dr. J. R. Berg, dean of the University College, who was chairman of the committee that organized the UC, now heads a staff and faculty of 100. p. 2 -- John Tarrant and Charlie Whitworth cover Saturday's foot[ball] game between Colorado State and the Shockers. p. 6 -- Bill Paronto edits news for one of KMUW's daily broad[casts]. p. 6 -- Judy Whitworth gives a 'station break.' p. 8 -- Frosh cagers prepare for the first of their 15 games scheduled this season. First game will be November 28. p. 12 -- Mickey Johnson. p. 12
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