The Sunflower, v.73, no.06 (October 8, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.6. Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Stadium referendum will begin Thursday -- 'The Sunflower' gets 'first class' honors -- Alums seek 'greatness' as tradition -- 'Narcotics-Why Not’ opens drug seminar -- Alberg [sic] gives view of WSU's future / Mike Kiser -- Float champs named after home contest -- WSU Parents' Day tradition will be honored Saturday -- WSU Queen candidate to compete at Tulsa -- Baritone Gibson set for series concert -- Foreign press throws barbs at U.S. presidential candidates -- Psychology Dept. boosts staff of all doctorates -- Personalities vs. issues -- Stadium controversy continues -- Sunflower survey: ADs say 'yes' to expansion plan -- Three of six 'endowed chairs' filled by top-notch professors at WSU / Susan Brinkley -- 'Individual performances' emphasis of WSU Band Day -- Air Society will sponsor member drive -- Physics honoraries announce merger -- Kaline's hit keeps alive Tigers' hopes / Dick Couch -- Senior wins karate crown; named East Coast champ -- One fumble lost determines Shocks' fate in home opener / Paul Mobiley -- WSU Harriers place 8th in Oklahoma Jamboree
Photograph(s): Alumni fund-raising: University President Dr. Clark Ahlberg looks on as phone workers seek support from WSU alumni. p. 1 -- Frat winners: Phi Delta Theta also took over-all honors with their float in the Nightshirt Parade. p. 2 -- Sorority winners: Tri Delta win first place in their division of Nightshirt Parade, Saturday. p. 2 -- Winner and runner-up: Janet Heft (right) was named WSU's Centennial Queen candidate, Saturday night. Marge Schroeder, (left) was first runner-up. p. 3 -- George Gibson. p, 3 -- Dr. Glen W. Zumwalt. p. 8 -- Dr. James M. Murphy. p. 8 -- Dr. Thomas R. Beard. p. 8 -- Karate champs: Roger Carpenter, (left) took first place in the East Coast Karate Championships, Saturday, at Providence, R.I. Craig Henry (right) was eliminated in the semi-finals. p. 11 -- Shockers second touchdown: Tailback Pete Robertson heads for paydirt against Drake Saturday night. p. 12