The Sunflower, v.72, no.08 (October 17, 1967)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.72 no.8. Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): University plans security improvements / Tom McVey -- Panel will discuss world birth control -- Pit Theatre announces cast, dates -- Freshmen elect class officers, representatives -- Opera workshop prepares to give Mozart's 'Figaro' -- WSU slates new lighting, fence for added protection -- Cadet to receive leadership awards -- Draft to be topic of open discussion -- Campus assaults -- Responsibility -- Debaters to protect record -- Registration tonight for WSU courses -- Rep. Shriver featured at Taft seminar -- UFC intern talks of concern / Bob Jordan -- WSU visit set for commandant -- Big Aggies awake; Shocks drop second / Bob Jordan -- Cross-country, track men kept busy over weekend -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- K-State SAE 'Sisters’ beat WSU Little Sisters 13-12
Photograph(s): Parents honored: Selected as Honor Parents were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ambler, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rich and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meltzer. p. 1 -- Freshmen vote: Election Commissioner Brian Sullivan checks a freshman's I,D. before she voters Friday. Photo by Larry Lund. p. 1 -- Politicians meet: U.S. Congressman Garner Shriver, right, and Dr. Thomas Ungs, WSU political science instructor, talk politics at the third Taft Institute of Government seminar held here Saturday. p. 5 -- Calvin Mutti. p. 6 -- Lamont Johnson: Shocker tallback (32, black) prepares to slam into the middle of the beefy New Mexico State defensive line. Johnson carried the ball 20 times and picked-up 54 of the Shockers' 76 ground yards, Saturday night, as New Mexico State defeated WSU, 27-14, at Veterans Field. p. 7
Errata: This v.72 issue mistakenly numbered v.73.