The Sunflower, v.73, no.11 (October 25, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): KU Pharmacology chairman tells hallucinogenic effects / Elaine Records -- Campus organizations face deadline for SGA recognition / Bob Jordan -- University starts pilot program for teaching in ghetto areas / Donna Johnson -- Pep Council to hold Homecoming meeting -- Women are powerless over their situation says Meyer -- U.N.’s Stoessinger tells problems of Vietnam, Mid East, Czechs / Steve Crans -- Art Education Club travels to El Dorado for art fair -- Counseling Center acquires psychologist, extends hours -- Chaffee, VISTA worker offer challenges to education group / Ron Wylie -- Stone named WSU's new security chief -- Kansas’ First Lady visits with students -- Fine Arts senior honored by Mortar Board award -- What’s what in who’s who? -- Reader 'fires back’ gun reply -- Soldiers lend 'different' touch to San Francisco peace march / Phil Semas -- Rings, flings and things: 'Sneak,' costume party top activities -- Tradition started 36 years ago gives chemistry doctoral staff / Donna Johnson -- 'Off the Record' sessions strive for communication -- Professor’s invention helps freshen water / Max Harris -- Orchestra to present 1st concert -- *Well-Oylered’ Louisville offense to test Shocker pass defense -- Edwards asks investigation of U.S. Olympic Committee -- Intramural grid playoffs set to kick-off Monday -- Shockers' hazy day hopefully to brighten / Paul Mobiley -- Final home distance trek will be raced on Saturday
Photograph(s): Effects of drugs: Dr. Edward J. Walaszek discussed physiological actions of drugs, Thursday night. p. 1 -- Women powerless: Dr. Donald Meyer discussed role of woman in history, Thursday night. p. 2 -- Lt. Arthur J. Stone. p. 4 -- Kansas' First Lady: Mrs. Robert Docking (center) visited with students in the Fairmount Towers' cafeteria, Thursday, along with Mrs. James DeCoursey (left) and Mrs. William Robinson (not sown). p. 5 -- Woman of the Month: Marsha Seger FA Sr. was selected for the honors by Mortar Board, senior women's honorary. p. 5 -- Intramural action: Four teams will enter grid competition next week to narrow the field for the crown. p. 11 -- John Beeson. p. 12 -- Pete Robertson. p. 12