The Sunflower, v.72, no.03 (September 29, 1967)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.72 no.3. Wichita, Kansas, September 29, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): SGC President plans 'program of action’ / Tom McVey -- ’Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ scheduled to appear -- Final fees, due today, tomorrow -- Varsity Sue-Sam slated for today in CAC -- Gregory to speak at WSU Monday -- High school students invited to WSU Leadership Conference / Kris Bugerhoff -- Chamberlain, Mimeux film scheduled for Friday Flick -- Wichita Stamp Club schedules exhibition -- University audiences show up regardless of weather conditions / Judy Rapps -- Study reveals ROTC grades to be better -- Boundless bureaucracy -- Voting, a privilege -- The sound of music / C.E. Janes -- The Nexus’ arrives at University -- Shocker alumni drive kicks off with telephone fund campaign -- Wichita Symphony set to open 24th season -- Geology prof gives report -- Nightshirt parade / Cheri Basta -- Grants available: Application deadline slated Oct. 15 -- WSU Shoutin' Shockers select 45 new members -- Month-long cultural celebration planned -- New head will speak -- Out of state residents offer first impressions of University / Bob Jordan -- Pep Council revises member requirements -- New WSU percussion instructor explains music student goals / Bob Jordan -- Business frat gains honors in group efficiency -- New officers named by Air Force groups -- 'Revamped' Shockers face tough Bulldogs -- Freshmen grid squad to battle first opposition in two years / Mike Kiser -- Grid guesses -- Cross country team hosts invitational -- Karate becomes popular pastime on WSU campus
Photograph(s): Congress meets: Student Government Association officers from left Jan Henrie, secretary; Bob Shields, president; Brian Sullivan, vice-president and Lee Thompson, treasurer; outlined goals for the year to new and old Congress members. p. 1 -- Freshman royalty. p. 1 -- The odd couple:Lyle Talbot, veteran actor, and John Froom, Wichita TV performer, will appear together in Community Theatre. p. 3 -- Bill Hoffman. p. 11