The Sunflower, v.73, no.09 (October 18, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Nixon to be next president say nation's college editors -- Expansion of stadium approved by Regents -- Varied views of student revolt offered at 'Issues ’68’ session -- Cohen says 'bum trip’ is most advantageous -- WSU head attends 51st ACE meeting -- University journalists to judge high school writing to seminar -- Demo youths sponsor TV debate petitions -- Freshmen handed responsibility of reviving student discount -- Spurs Chapter active one during past several months -- 'Welcome' to be given by band -- Answer to a riddle -- Interest in the University -- Reader wants more help for University -- Profile: Dr. Sidney Cohen -- Computer utilization aids in college choice -- Contest set to honor Gandhi birth -- Rings, flings and things: Delta Sigma Theta new sorority -- Continuing Education to offer new courses -- Yoga master discusses appeal of ancient Eastern discipline / Ron Wylie -- Newly-formed vets group to seek constitution OK -- Improving Cincinnati Bearcats face injury-plagued Shockers / Paul Mobiley -- Runners eye quadrangular at K-State -- Women's recreation group to begin organized sports -- Roundballers begin workouts; To rely on experience, speed / Richard Schopf -- Baby Shock aerial defense to meet Gale test Monday
Photograph(s): Never too young to learn: Six-year-old Danny Jacoby, (above), of New York, tries preparing data cards on a keypunch machine at New York University. He plans to be a computer programmer when he grows up to be 11 years old, but now attends computer classes at NYU after his regular grade school day. p. 1 -- Drug dilemma: Dr. Sidney Cohen, chief of psychiatry at Wadsworth VA Hospital. Los Angeles, was featured speaker Wednesday at Wilner Auditorium, in "Drugs: The Riddle: series. p.2 -- Officer slain: The body of U.S. Army Capt. Charles R. Chandler, 30, of Arcadia, La., it shown in hit bullet shattered auto after he was machine-gunned to death by two self-styled Brazilian revolutionaries in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Leaflets left by the assassins accused Chandler of being a “Vietnam war criminal.” p. 7 -- Ping pong champ: Joe Wang (right) receives the first place trophy for capturing the top prize in Fairmount Towers' third annual table tennis championship. Presenting the award is John Premetz dorm council president. Fred Janney (left) was runner up. p. 12
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