The Sunflower, v.72, no.14 (November 7, 1967)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.72 no.14. Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Senior men named to honor organization -- Student group plans 'Negro Male’ panel -- Bonfire burns, Tri Delta wins overall, Queen crowned -- New fair housing ordinance will be discussed today / Tom McVey -- '67 Homecoming in retrospect / photos by Ron Wilson and Virgil Stinson -- They called it a concert -- As I See It/ Tom McVey -- 'Creative nonsense' releives [sic] tensions -- Play review: 'Look Back' meaningful to viewers / Mark Edwards -- WSU musician says modern music noise / Mark Edwards -- Music prof to perform tonight, 8 p.m. -- Poet’s life subject of free production -- String quartets will appear Thursday, 8 p.m. -- Shocks bobbleT-D chances; TU Hurrican 'slips' away / Mike Kiser -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Golden-Hurricane freshmen collide with Baby Shocks -- Faculty crush Kappa Sigs 21-2, capture intramural championship / Toni Jimenez
Photograph(s): Three of the Honor Five: Dennis Buth, Steve Amos and Steve Hughes were introduced at the concert Saturday night. Lee Thompson and Bob Shields were also selected. They were not present because they were debating out of town. p. 1 -- Daylene Huxman. p. 1 -- Ancient fire truck: One of the many floats in the 1967 Homecoming Parade. p. 1 -- Tri Delta takes overall humor. p. 2 -- Flames finally rise. p. 2 -- First Place Fraternity - Beta. p. 2 -- Engineering Council wins Independent Honors. p. 2 -- Homecoming Queen, candidates and escorts. p. 3 -- Sig Eps place Second. p. 3 -- Newman Club takes Second. p. 3 -- Winning Second is Delta Gamma Sorority. p. 3 -- Kenny Lee Shocker's sophomore wingback pick-ups a few of the 36 yards he gained against Tulsa. As a team, WSU could manage but 26 yards on the ground. p. 7 -- Shocker defenders put the stopper on Tulsa fullback Cee Ellison. Wichita State did not stop Ellison enough, however, as he rolled for 118 of the Hurricane's 179 yards rushing. p. 7