The Sunflower, v.72, no.13 (November 3, 1967)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.72 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, November 3, 1967. - 20 pages
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Article(s): Students vote to choose Queen; WSU alumni to be feted at activities -- From the president / Emory Lindquist -- Jinx stone spirit -- As I See It / Tom McVey -- Vietnam is frustrating as hell -- Professor denies paper's stand -- Backstage views of 'Look Back in Anger' -- Friends,WSU transfer rival from gridiron to music stage / Mark Edwards -- Williams-Mancini duo will perform Sunday -- WSU to host food experts for meeting -- 25 stipends available -- Congress snags on honor code, before getting students’ views / Tom McVey -- 'Mikrokosmos’ solicits literary manuscripts -- Students’ reactions to draft explained / Dave Jarvis -- Army Blues, PR sponsor festivities -- Faculty Artist Series to perform Nov. 7 -- Sculptor, printmaker to show works in Stairway Art Gallery / Mark Edwards -- Danforth Fellowships available for seniors -- Chancellor discusses problems of Kansas' higher education / Tom McVey -- WSU Students balk as presidents talk -- Slgma Chi Sigma formed at WSU; Officers named -- Department head's book published -- Art student conquers legendary Afiracn killer, Mount Kilimanjaro / Ken Ham -- Pkilosopliy head delivers speech -- SDS stages Dow protest against napalm, unnoticed / Ken Ham -- 1st night-lighted football site contested by Fairmount College / Tom McVey -- Debate team slated for two tourneys -- College to train Peace Corpsmen -- Society news: Weekend preparations continue / Cheri Basta -- Conard set to speak to Young GOP -- Powerful Hurricane, Homecoming foe / Mike Kiser -- Frosh Shockers meet Pratt; Take-on Tulsa next week -- Grid guesses -- Faculty Club, Kappa Sigmas in grid clash -- All-time Shock basketball star still competing in business / Bob Jordan -- Former WSU gridster reflects on career / Bob Jordan -- Jamie Thompson bets Phi Delt's Rice-Harmon prize
Photograph(s): Backstage views of 'Look Back in Anger' photo essay / photos by Rod Jones -- Rhatigan reports: Dr. James Rhatigan, Dean of Students, offered his interpretation of the proposed Honor Code at Tuesday's SGA meeting. p. 7 -- Logopedics party: Children from the Institute of Logopedics were entertained. p. 8 -- "Burned head study": One of the many startling works of sculpture by Kent Noller, now on display in the Stairway Gallery. p. 9 -- John Conard. p. 15 -- John Eckman may play. p. 16 -- Jimmie Jones possible starter. p. 16 -- Ken Wiginton: Hurricane defensive halfback has picked off five enemy passes and strenthened [sic] Tulsa weak spots. p. 16 -- Mike Stripling: One of a trio of Tulsa quarterbacks, helps to make Hurrican offense an explosive via the air route. p. 16 -- Faculty and DU's square off in a semi-final game of the intramural football play-offs. The faculty won, 12-7, and moved to Monday's championship final, with the Kappa sigs as opponents. p. 17 --Cleo Littleton: A family man hope to instill in his two sons the dedication and competitive attitude that has helped him.p. 18 -- Linwood Sexton. p. 19
"See Editorial Page 4"