The Sunflower, v.73, no.13 (November 1, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, November 1, 1968. - 16 pages
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Article(s): SGA to Regents: 'We're tired of waiting!' / Ron Wylie -- Demo Senate hopeful visits WSU campus -- Johnson makes bid for peace; Calls for complete bomb halt -- Presidential candidates speak out on major issues -- Poverty talk will be given tonight in CAC -- Business student awarded $170 Lodge scholarship -- Harmon will appear at CYR’s reception -- PR’s, Blues give Halloween party -- Women of dorm, children enjoy pumpkin songs, paper costumes / Kathy Endorf -- Artist Series will feature piano prof -- Play review: Richard III awkward / Ron Wylie -- Two art professors set one-man shows -- Election comparisons made by profs at 'Issues '68 ' -- Course in Negro History to be given second semester -- Commercial politics -- Reason for recognition -- Grad says Humphrey’s the one -- Music convention begins here Sunday -- Exhibits of India's Orissa to be featured in museum -- 'Hidden' pit 'discovered' by survey -- The woman's view: Leadership group picks members -- Zandler gets $5,000 grant for research -- Computers will teach courses, schools to change, say experts -- Four panel members of program give views on Upward Bound work / Carol Hinshaw -- Baby Shocks record first win; Coach praises defensive effort / Richard Schopf -- Duck season to open Saturday for hunters / Max Steinbuchel -- WSU coeds will swim at Emporia -- Intramural football begins second week of playoffs -- Lalla’s leadership directs grid attack / Paul Mobiley -- Cross country men will travel to K-State Federation meet
Photograph(s): Candidate on the campus: William I. Robinson (left), the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, visits with Dean Jabara (center) and Roger Lowe during a reception held in the CAC. p, 1 -- Richard Nixon. p. 2 -- Hubert Humphrey. p. 2 -- George Wallace. p. 2 -- Halloween activities: Children from the Wichita Children's Home make paper costumes with the help of the women from Grace Wilkie Dorm. p. 4 -- One-man shows: James Avant, whose work is pictured above, and John Fincher, WSU art instructors, will present showings in the Stairway Gallery, today through Nov. 30. p. 6 -- Watch that first step: This open doorway leads to the ladder to a sunken organ pit which was rediscovered during WSU's recent space survey. p. 10 -- Upward Bound students: Four Wichita high school students participated in a panel discussion at a WSU education class. Moderator is Mike Tiiford, right, director of the program designed to encourage higher education for students. p. 13 -- Bill Lalla. p. 15 -- Shocker cross-country men: WSU track harriers (left to right) Charley Perez, Steve Kohlenberg, Walt Kuykendall, Loren Houltberg, Dave Robl, Roger Nickel, Rick Henson, Brian McGuire, and Ken McCaffree prepare for Saturdays [sic] Kansas Federation Meet. p. 15