The Sunflower, v.72, no.11 (October 27, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 27, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Israel - Egyptian battle, truce topics of news forum talk -- SDS gets tough, announces plans / Ken Ham -- 'Look Back in Anger’ scheduled for Nov. 2-4 -- British wit highlights forum convocation -- Beer sales, 'Sue-Sam’ Plague SGC, members vote to 'wait and see’ / Tom McVey -- Gl Bill benefits topic of meeting -- Wichita organ group will sponsor evening -- Public jobs now opening for students -- A dramatic change -- Professor states his protest stand -- Hicklin challenges Stewart’s letter -- 'Monypenny amendment' proposed WSU honor code -- Homecoming dance, parade, show set for returning grads, guests -- WSU pianists certified as instructors -- British debaters tired, happy after full day on WSU campus / Ken Ham -- Society news: 'Fling' dance highlights Social Week / Cheri Basta -- Meditation at Horizon slated for Canterbury -- Music faculty to attend state teachers convention -- Offense key to Louisville game / Mike Kiser -- Injuries plague WSU grid at mid-season / Bob Jordan -- Intramural play-offs begin; Grid title game next week -- Grid guesses -- Soccer added to intramural activities list
Photograph(s): It will be alright: Jimmy Porter, played by Terry Kovac, comforts his wife Allison, played by Cindy DaVee in a touching moment from "Look Back in Anger," which opens Nov. 2 at Wilner Auditorium. p. 1 -- John Bach, British Debater, "Your Arkansas River is the world's only river supported by private donations." p. 1 -- Wayne Patrick: Louisville fullback, is important cog in "well-Oylered" Cardinal offense. Patrick will pose problems when WSU meets Louisville, tomorrow afternoon, in Louisville, Ky. p. 11 -- Intramural football play-offs got under-way this past week. In this action, A Kappa Sig I ball carrier is about to be stopped by a band of Beta II's. Kappa Sig won 6-0. p. 12