The Sunflower, v.71, no.29 (December 6, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.29. Wichita, Kansas, December 6, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Young Demos. national group curbs nervy college units -- Sociologist calls British national dope policy best -- University counselor submits resignation -- Bettis appointed to honors position -- Indian poet to speak -- Art Department participants in exhibition -- New Berkeley strike gets student, teacher support -- Spanish banquet held -- Dedication held Sunday at Newman Center -- Construction of McKinley annex started Friday -- Prof. Motwani to give talk -- Athletic Department names new ticket pickup policy -- Attention students -- Liberal Arts rep. open for queries --Young Republicans to feature Lt. Gov. -- Student Government agenda -- Psychology Club to hold meeting, lecture on space -- 'J.B.' to be presented by WSU Theater Dept. / Dan Sparks -- Holland's doctors dislike Medicare -- 'Mikrokosmos' to seek staffers -- Ablah Library to get gift -- Placement Office offers students job opportunities -- A broken record -- Don't forget -- Quakers warned against pamphlet about Viet Nam -- Students bemoan lack of campus security? -- 'Children's World' attracts Russians / Scott Bruns -- Contraceptive advances call for "birth" pill -- Teacher shortage repudiated by NY chancellor -- Stairway Gallery exhibits display of paints, prints -- Former WSU student cops poetry honors -- Editors disagree over investigation -- Debaters cap 1st, 2nd honors -- Backstage with the Opera / photographs by Darrell Barton, story by Marilyn Schulte -- Bert to convention -- Campus suffers 1st major wreck in fourteen years -- Troops get Yule cheer from letters, parcels -- Peace Corps. poll taken from srs. -- Docking appointment accepted by Harder -- Chaplain Beckley will speak at Air Force ROTC -- Eugene Kotz talks to business group -- Red Raiders whipped by Shock Cagers / Mike Kiser -- Coaches comments / Steve Gresham -- Proposed college bond issue submitted to legislature -- Black says work easy -- Freshman hazing results in suit, $175,000 award -- Shock Cagers to host high scoring Creighton / Steve Gresham -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Students asked for bowl registration
Photograph(s): George Stevens resigned. p. 1 -- J. E. Angulo, left, is congratulated by Dr. Eugene Savalane at a dinner held in his honor. p. 1 -- Lt. Gov. J. W. Crutcher. p. 2 -- Flowers for the leading lady. p. 8 b-- Ten minutes till curtain, director Mesrobian helps Sam Ramey with makeup. p. 8 -- Two minutes till curtain and a hurried adjustment is made to Linda Miles costume. p. 8 -- The orchestra receives last minute instructions. p. 8 -- and the curtain rises on Act One. p. 8 -- Between the acts Barbara Brummett and Sam Ramey crack jokes over a cup of "tea" (it was a mixture of tea, mint, honey, and lime.) p. 9 -- Bruce Brown and Linda Aimes don't have much time, as they make hurried changes and costume repairs. p. 9 -- Karen German and Larry King discuss costumes. p. 9 -- Stage manager Marvin Hall keeps a keen ear on the score during the second act. p. 9 -- Keith Longstaff has makeup problems due to perspiration. p. 9 -- The cast returns for a final curtain call ending the Opening Night performance. p. 9 -- Director Mesrobian congratulates Barbara Brummett following the performance. p. 9 -- Kendall Bert receives his trip award form Dean Fran Jabara and District Representative for Alpha Kappa Psi. p. 10 -- Dr. Marvin Harder -- Tim Powers, 6-7 senior forward leads the Bluejays scoring attack. p. 12 -- Willie Boyce, Creighton's outstanding 6-3 guard. p. 12
"See Backstage Opera, pages 8 & 9"