The Sunflower, v.73, no.15 (November 8, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, November 8, 1968. - 16 pages
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Article(s): 'McLuhan swings, plays’ says Campbell at Canterbury Dinner / Ron Wylie -- Approval of student ombudsman may aid campus communications / Bob Jordan -- Study skill groups draw 35 students -- Education loans established for Peace Corps volunteers -- 'Vets on Campus' gains recognition as organization -- Modern money managing women get preparation from University / Donna Johnson -- Alumni Association campaign is termed 'most successful' -- Terwilliger is named summer term head --Goldwater, McGee set for discussion tonight -- Objectivism to be topic of book talk -- Money drive for stadium begins soon -- Sunflower survey: Post-election views vary widely -- Logopedics Institute announce fee hike -- Yale classics prof writes Beatles’ flick -- New University security chief plans law enforcement overhaul / Bob Jordan -- Move nets more space for Center -- Tired of losing your shirt? -- Congress set to consider vote reform / John Beckler -- Rings, flings and things: 'Pumpkin' highlight -- SGA recognizes Girl Scout Club -- Black students acquire office; Seek to unify -- Poverty confronts rural Kansas warns VISTA worker Higgins / Elaine Records -- Ex-student VISTA grad in Kentucky -- Army Blues slate Sunday pledging -- Northeast community interest evident at ’Little Pals’ Center / Kathy Endorf -- Parents attending college seen as help, hindrance / Gary Roushkolb -- Aggies' 'James Boy' may slow Shocks victory no. 1 express / Paul Mobiley -- Shockers host MVC distance title tilt -- Baby Shockers battle Beavers in finale of freshmen campaign -- Phi Delts, DUs to battle for WSU intramural crown -- Kansas pheasant season to begin Saturday in west
Photograph(s): Campbell talks: Jim Campbell informally discussed McLuhan's "gospel" at Canterbury House, Thursday night. p. 1 -- Veterans join organization: President Dr. Clark Ahlberg and Dr, George Comstock, director of counseling, received honorary membership in :WSU Veterans on Campus" Thursday in the President's office. The presentation is made by M. F. (Casey) Casrot, left, founder and president of the club. p. 2 -- Gordon Terwilliger. p. 3 -- Sen. Gale McGee. p. 4 -- Sen. Barry Goldwater. p.4 -- Music men of Pepperland: It's the Beatles as Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in "Yellow Submarine." p. 6 -- More than building blocks: Children at "Little Pal" Center get early start at learning to get along with others. p. 13 -- Socking Shocker: WSU punter Danny Pitcock boomed kicks 54, 52, and 58 yards against Louisville to boost his average to 42.7 yards per kick and a second place national ranking. p. 14 -- Elliot Evans. p. 14 -- On the loose: Baby Shock tailback Harold Knapp rambles for yardage in victory number one for the freshmen footballers. p. 15
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