The Sunflower, v.72, no.21 (December 8, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, December 8, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): American Vietnam policy endorsed by ambassador -- Protection of student rights discussed by news forum -- Balloting for 'Ugly. Man' slow; Contest ends today -- Christmas convo will be Thursday -- SGC passes resolution about student harassment by police / Tom McVey -- Play seen as moving, emotional / MAria Chakales -- Debaters to compete in weekend tourneys -- 'Ideas in Conflict’ topic of Burke talk / Bob Jordan -- Think about drink -- 'Just for Today' advice good / Ron Smith -- SDS newcomer says he’s objective -- As I see it / Tom McVey -- WSU academic atmosphere free claims Texas visitor to campus / Bob Jordan -- Tower's decorations result of imagination -- Exhibition planned by art gallery -- Contest to give trip to winner -- New York TV station to air poetry course by WSU prof -- Nine new educational films to premiere at Abllah Library -- Drill team wins trophy at C.U. meet -- Interested women invited: AWS will discuss dorm hours at convention -- Society news: Yule plans fill social calendar / Cheri Basta -- 'Slim' helps whip Bulldogs; Bruins, Sun Devils next foes / Mike Kiser -- Thin clads start indoor workouts -- 'Hercules’ gym workouts condition WSU athletes, aid P.E. classes / Bob Jordan -- Baby Shock cagers break even during opening week -- Shocker gymnasts search for win in meet against Central State -- Shocker grid duo, Stiverson, Pitcock MVC stat leaders
Photograph(s): Dr. Burke speaks: "The founders of our nation guaranteed us liberty not freedom." p. 1 -- Tree is trimmed: Fairmount Towers residents decorate the tree celebrating the Christmas season. p. 6 -- Shocker marksman: Ron Washington outsprings opponents to make two of the 35 points he totaled against Mississippi. p. 10 -- "It won't bite!": The Universal Hercules Gym Machine is a "friendly" aid to weight lifters. p. 11 -- Talented freshman John Kingsley executes difficult iron cross in fine form. p. 12 -- Gary Johnson: He emerged victor in the battle for side horse reign. p. 12