The Sunflower, v.73, no.12 (October 29, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 29, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): 'Sea of mud' gridiron must go, Katzenmeyer tells school board / Bob Jordan -- Most college editors favor bombing halt -- Students meet with Governor Docking to request Board of Regents dialogue / Vicki McKissick -- SGA receives budget increase; Some officers will get salaries -- 'Afro-American Heritage’ class scheduled for next semester / Jim Reece -- KMUW to carry debate between Senate candidates -- Davidson scheduled for Homecoming -- Biology prof receives cell research grant -- Artists plan educational trip to NY -- National election discussion topic for 'Issues ’68’ -- Six-week Nicaraguan adventure summer experience for Bahais -- Continuing education -- Students demand ’ Black’ label -- 'Proud revolutionary’ Blackmon gives views on SDS' factions / Ron Wylie -- Universality of 'Romeo and Juliet’ conveyed by film presentation -- The woman's view: WSU beauties comment on fashion / Donna Johnson -- Embarrassed lately? Take manners quiz -- Bernstein's music fills Field House -- Airways troublesome Cards deal 6th loss / Paul Mobiley -- Fort Hays, Arkansas edge Shocker cross country men -- Frosh footballers set to make home debut vs. Southwestern -- Controversial 19th Olympiad yields superlatives aplenty / Will Grimsley -- Council president predicts fresh rule will pass -- Reed, Stevens winners in free throw competition
Photograph(s): Bert Katzenmeyer. p. 1 -- More parking space: WSU's Traffic Committee has extended the faculty parking space along Aves. D and G to Shadoen Drive as indicated by the heavy black area above. This area has already bean posted as being reserved for faculty. p. 8 -- Film classic: Leonard Whiting, 17, and Olivia Hussey, 15, star in new version of Shakespearean classic. p. 9 -- Shocker pursuit: Pat Ryan (87), Danny Pidcock (48), Troy Anderson (35)m=, and Nate Pratt (21) pursue Louisville halfback on kickoff return. p. 11
"See Editorials, Page 6"