The Sunflower, v.73, no.16 (November 12, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.16. Wichita, Kansas, November 11, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Increased funding for Library sought through 'checkout' move / Bob Jordan -- Six Queen finalists discuss team spirit -- Student finishes VISTA training at Atlanta center -- CAC Theater to feature film essays on life today -- Goldwater, McGee envision need for revamped electoral system / Ron Wylie -- Hall will discuss political fringes -- WSU actively participating in Education Week events -- Guarneri strings set to perform tonight -- Sociology Department responds to need for qualified workers -- Membership drive set to begin for Vet Group -- WSU Young Demos to meet Wednesday -- The free press -- Top faculty write, do research -- ’ 'Classical racism’ label applied -- Library has heart -- Nature of self to be topic of philosophy conference -- Supreme Court to test free speech -- The woman's view: Battle cry sounded -- ‘Head Hunters’ beauty salon set to open in CAC -- Aggies steal Shocker thunder; Score four TDs in second half -- Beavers check late rally; Hand freshmen third loss -- TD pass gains DUs intramural crown -- Drake romps to title; Shocks third in MVC
Photograph(s): Come and get 'em: Two WSU students participated in the "library checkout" movement to instigate the allocation of funds for Ablah Library. p. 1 -- World problems discussed: Wyoming Sen. Gale McGee (left) gets the attention of the Moderator John Colburn and Senator-elect Barry Goldwater of Arizona at Wichita Chamber of Commerce, Friday night. p. 3 -- Gordon Hall. p. 3 -- The magnificent one: Southern Cal's 0. J. Simpson breaks tackles against California in leading the nation's top-ranked Trojans to a 35-17 victory over the Golden Bears. Orange Juice is one of the nation's premier running backs and is the leading candidate for the coveted Helsman trophy. p. 11
"See Editorial, Page 6"