The Sunflower, v.72, no.20 (December 5, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.20. Wichita, Kansas, December 5, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Protest Drama opens Thursday -- Forum to celebrate 4th anniversary -- University forum to sponsor Burke -- Pennies decide Ugliest Man in Campus election -- Car stereo thefts accountable for half of total WSU larcenies / Tom McVey -- Christmas card spending can go for scholarships -- American civ students plan museum trip -- Kappa Pi Art Fair set for weekend -- Albah Library changes to LC system -- 'People All Around’ rehearsal is tense / Ron Smith -- Questions of attitude -- Opera review: Preparation pays off in musical / Cliff Bieberly -- Veterans's Day parade viewed -- Merrill to head spring classes about special studies of film / Mike States -- 'Angels’ tours plant with Beech president -- Cadets fly jet trainer aircraft -- Shocker score exhibition win; Face Mississippi State tonight / Mike Kiser -- Kappa Sigma gets intra. cage win -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Jones gets Valley nod second straight year
Photograph(s): And people all around: Thls scene from the play opening Thursday shows left to right, Louise Harrell, Dave Stone, Gay Pearson, Thurston Briscoe and Stove Pachosa. p. 1 -- Library changes system =: Josephine Cowles looks over the first book that is recataloged under Library of Congress System. p. 2 -- Angels fly: Angel Flight members board Ann Beech's private plane as part of their tour of Beech. p. 6 -- Warren Armstrong goes up for a tip-in against the Athletes in Action Chargers. Armstrong scored 29 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in the Shockers' 97-89 win, Saturday night in the Field House. p. 7
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