The Sunflower, v.71, no.30 (December 9, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.30. Wichita, Kansas, December 9, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Traffic Committee revises code in favor of students -- Anniversary discussion headlines US position / Susan King - Student Congress hears committee ticket reports -- Oxford debaters vie with Balthrop-Smith -- War correspondent tells Viet experiences / Susan King -- 'J.B.' sets ticket record -- At the theatre: Production of 'J.B.' given high praises / Ron Wylie - -KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Chaos on Berkeley campus may cause investigation / Julius Duscha -- Accounting senior receives grant at award dinner -- Fair is fair, but -- Sour grapes -- The non-voting member: Student government comments / Ron Wylie -- Ticket policy blasted by married students -- University Demo against changes -- WSU art prof speaks to 1000 at Baker Univ. -- Society news: Shocks look forward to Christmas gayety [sic] -- Grace Wilkie Hall wins tournament in basketball -- Conference delegates hear ticket views -- Former residents visit White House to honor book -- Newman Center has many events for open house -- Summer conference discussed at meeting of Varsity Fellowship -- Vietnamese prime minister intensifies war on internal graft and corruption / John Randolph -- MGM exec says censorship rules moral standards -- Education Society to hold luncheon -- Broadcasters told to forget forecast -- Returning corpsmen discover difficulties -- Identify formation affected by some advertising -- Instructors of the Week: Kelley, Dennis active in KMUW radio work / Mary Ellen Borst -- "Forum" listeners hear SDS head discuss Vietnam -- Paul B. Atlemus visits University -- Former grad new director of state post -- Vietnam book sold in CAC -- Freshman team downed by Juco in cage battle -- Annual art fair to be presented in DFAC foyer -- Coaches comments / Steve Gresham -- Shockers face Spartans in Saturday cage conflict / Mike Kiser -- Shockers stunned by Creighton in first home lost since 1965 / Steve Gresham -- New head coach is being sought -- Pin pong, billiards tournament planned -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Two University gridders named national champs
Photograph(s): Douglas Hogg. p. 1 -- Jeremy Beloff. p. 1 -- Eye Opener: Gay Miner, sophomore. p. 7 -- Larry Dennis (l) and Frank Kelly.p. 9 -- Paul B. Altemus. p. 10 -- Warren Armstrong (52) battles unidentified Creighton player for rebound as Jamie Thompson (32) watches action. The rebound was one of many pulled down by Creighton in their 91-88 upset victory over the Shockers Thursday night. p. 12
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