The Sunflower, v.72, no.17 (November 17, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 17, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): 'Harassment of SDS, stadium, highlights SGC / Tom McVey -- Converse calls present stadium deterrent, favors new facility / Bob Jordan -- Forum discusses Blackmon, housing / Mark Edwards -- Debaters to host 12th Annual Meet -- Building investigation reveals extensive fire alarm system -- Molotov cocktail scorches fence -- President veto threatens SGC 'Stadium Resolution' -- Engineer Council accredits WSU's ME Department -- Film making, narrative courses to be offered by English Dept. -- Hershey's stand -- Editorial missed crucial rights -- As I See It / Tom McVey -- Lack of federal money hits WSU student-work program -- Society news: Students make plans for break / Cheri Basta -- Stadium issue aired in Shocker Club talk / Linda Wood -- WSU receives funds to construct building for housing Fine Arts -- Temple University offers graduate intern program -- New football facility sparks controversy -- Prof says exercise program 'must’ for life pattern / Bob Jordan -- Area runners vie in Mid-West Meet -- Shockers to meet West Texas; 'Powerhouse' tag fits buffs / Mike Kiser -- Eckmon eyes career total offense mark --New basketball season begins; Badminton, mile champs named
Photograph(s): Shocker seniors will don the Black and Yellow for the last time at Veterans Field, Saturday afternoon, when the Shockers host West Texas State. p. 11 -- Eugene Morris. p. 11 -- Albie Owens. p. 11 -- Badminton players compete in recently completed intramural tournament. Jack Thomas took the championship. p. 12 -- Basketball action got underway this week in the intramural sports program. Fifty-four cage combos are entered in the competition. p. 12
"See Editorial Page 4"