The Sunflower, v.71, no.28 (December 2, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.28. Wichita, Kansas, December 2, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Athletic Department names new ticket pickup policy -- Sports bulletin -- Nearly 100 percent recovery: UC student arrested in campus theft case -- Mass education needs aired at news forum / Susan King -- Student Congress hears reports at Tues. meeting -- Vietnam debate held by International Club / J. LaForge -- Journalism head is alumni rep. -- Comic opera "Infidelity foiled" focus 18th Century morality -- Campus Baha’i’s open meetings to WSU students -- 'Hyde Park Forum' held -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- College health authorities probe birth control issue -- 1st College Bowl meets January 8 -- Sigma Delta Pi to initiate pledges December 3 -- WSU's finest? -- The non-voting member: Student government comments -- Reader laud's Sunflower's stand on housing;McKelvey answered -- Letters from campus / Lester E. Mood -- Book review: Alson's 'Women" come of age as shown by important work / Friday Green -- Head of SNCC sentenced, fined for inciting riot -- Society news: Holidays, term papers hold Shocker future / Cheri Basta -- Alpha Kappa Delta to hold dinner, initiation tonight -- Theater dept. production is religiously controversial -- Newman Center dedication to take place this Sunday -- Women drinkers louder, looser, report states -- Body shape decisions subject of new book -- State vocational ed may save headaches -- Mr. Perfect seen by several coeds as tall, athletic / Jim Kinney -- Merrill to co-edit Wm. Lloyd "Letters" -- Instructor of the Week: Music professor is ordained minister / Mary Ellen Borst -- Apathy fact info called success by party chairman -- Shocker's first opposition suffers heavy disabilities / Mike Kiser -- Freshmen squad defeated Monday in annual game / Jim Kinney -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Coaches comments / Steve Gresham -- Four Shocker grid men named to all-MVC team
Photograph(s): Mary Walker of the political science department and Dr. G. Y. Kenyon of the psychology department prepare material for their "Vietnam Debate," sponsored by International Club. p. 1 -- Eye Opener: Lorraine Howard, sophomore. p. 3 -- Billy Tapp, 6-3 forward is Texas Tech basketball captain.p. 11
"See Eye-Opener Page 3"