The Sunflower, v.71, no.31 (December 13, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Nat'l Demo. Committee diassociates [sic] from CYDD -- Dr. Donald O. Cowgill resigns as soc head -- Crestview land value slashed by appraisers / Cheri Basta -- SGA Food Drive to be held in CAC this week -- Geology Club to sponsor travel guide -- SGC agenda -- Activities planned in observance of Christmas holiday -- Sociology professor studies drug addiction / Janice Hake -- Art lecture set ti be given by music professor -- Lectures planned for psych club -- SDS chapter meet ti decide Michigan sit-in -- European air pervades Kappa Pi Fair in DFAC -- Young Democrats sponsoring drive for membersgip -- Lecture ends open house; Dance held -- Methods students part of program at grade school -- YWCA chapter to hold meeting -- Project Amy plans heard at meeting / Janice Hake -- It's time to act -- An act of leadership -- Student lost on Library roof, Young Demos lose president -- Congressman's Column / Rod Stewart -- Book review: Science fiction books called 'black sheep' / Ron Wylie -- Oxford debaters issue witty barbs / Susan King -- JB production plays to record number -- Movie review: Sunflower reps. invited to advanced screening / J. La Forge -- Grad school lecturer speaks to luncheon -- German staffer finds Christmas spirit in students -- Christmas fiesta to present play -- WSU selected as AAUP meeting site -- Japanese views toward US 25 years later revealed by LA Times correspondent / Richard Halloran -- Tourney division award won by WSU debaters -- Handerson slated for performance in annual Dollar Concert -- Liquor by the drink lauded by Chambers -- Business fraternity initiates new members in ceremony -- Coaches comments / Steve Gresham -- Shock gymnasts defeated in meet Sat. afternoon -- Mo. Valley teams have successful cage weekend -- Uruguay coach here to observe cagers -- Santa Claus gives game to Spartans over Shocks -- Att'n tennis players -- Ceramics lecture Friday -- Comstock, Earnest to lead forum -- Program planned for College Life meeting -- Holmes to present speech at meeting -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Freshmen beaten by Independence in cage action -- Raider cagers battle for fourth in league -- Buffaloes hold advantage in Thursday cage conflict
Photograph(s): Donald O. Cowgill, professor and the Head of the Sociology Department, resigned recently. He has accepted a senior position in the Department of Sociology at the University of Missouri. He has been a member of the WSU faculty for 21 years. p. 1 -- Student work displayed. p. 3 -- This home, located near WSU, is one of many badly in need of repairs. p. 3 -- British debaters display wit during spunky performance. p. 5 -- Greg Turner as God and Ray Dryden as the Devil enact their roles in J.B. p. 5 -- Jeannie Barnett solos in one of the songs performed by the Madrigal Singers. p. 11
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