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dc.date.accessioned2020-06-30T16:22:54Z
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dc.date.issued1968-11-15
dc.identifier.citationThe Sunflower, v.73 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 15, 1968. - 12 pages
dc.identifier.other09-06-02-01_1968-11-15
dc.identifier.urihttps://soar.wichita.edu/handle/10057/18006
dc.descriptionImages in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material help by University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives; processed by the University Libraries Technical Services. Contact Special Collections at specialcollections@wichita.edu for help with low quality images.
dc.descriptionArticle(s): Left seeks revolt, not reform says 'defender of free society’ / Elaine Records -- 'Human element’ in Biafran crisis gets attention of WSU students / Kathy Endorf -- Pros, cons of ROTC discussed by panel -- Debate over fund allocations sparks Tuesday SGA meeting -- Homecoming '68 pace increases -- Hutchinson man will discuss his 'space friends' Monday -- Concert by ’New Folk’ singers scheduled for Tuesday in Wilner -- Ablah 'flop' turns to success; Library needs opened to public / Bob Jordan -- Philosophy speaker discusses personal identity problems -- Anthro Department hosts conference featuring papers -- Colorado students canned in revolt against Dow Co. -- Circuit blow-up burns freshman -- Most employers attracted by WSU accounting majors -- Lots of pot grown in Sunflower State -- Chem prof to discuss molecules -- Strained relations -- Profs don't scorn undergrads -- 'Racists in all colors,’ says reader -- National Science Foundation to pick program candidates -- Wichita Foundation presents $1000 gift for Upward Bound -- Rings, things and things: Homecoming, Christmas ahead -- Libraries' delivery service will provide free exchange -- Shockers could help or hinder MVC title chances of Tigers / Paul Mobiley -- 'Big E' giving Rockets' fans something to cheer about -- Area's top runners here for Federation -- Iowa AD Evashevski kicks-off community campaign for stadium -- Field Hockey Day to test skills of WSU women on Saturday
dc.descriptionPhotograph(s): Sickness of sixties: Gordon Hall discussed extremism of political fringe movements, Thursday night, in the CAC Theatre. p. 1 -- Hungry and helpless: A youngster, emaciated by hunger, is cared for by Sitter Helen King at a hospital in Emekuku, Blafra. By conservative on-the-scene estimates at least one million Biafrans have died of starvation in the past four months, says the Rev. Dormet Doran, a Catholic missionary and coordinator of relief flights. p 1 -- Folk rock: The singing group known as the "New Folk," which works with the Campus Crusade For Christ, will appear at WSU Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in Wilner Auditorium. p. 3 -- Campaign launched: Iowa Athletic Director Forest Evashevski was the keynote speaker Thursday night as two-phase $1 million stadium expansion campaign get underway with a banquet. p. 12
dc.language.isoen_US
dc.publisherWichita State University
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Sunflower
dc.relation.ispartofseriesv.73 no.17
dc.subjectCollege newspapers and periodicals
dc.subjectWichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers
dc.subjectStudent publications
dc.subjectWichita State University -- History
dc.subjectAblah Library
dc.titleThe Sunflower, v.73, no.17 (November 15, 1968)
dc.typeNewspaper
dc.typeArchival material
dc.rights.holderWichita State University
dc.formatpdf., 12 pages
dc.coverage.spatialWichita, Kansas


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