The Sunflower, v.73, no.18 (November 19, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.18. Wichita, Kansas, November 19, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Special Homecoming festivities planned by Black Student Union / Bob Jordan -- VOLT volunteers sought on campus -- Johnny's in college, but he can't read -- 'New Folk’ to appear this evening -- Interplanetary people exist in Dean's view -- Alumni group to fete Ahlberg at Homecoming -- 'How to beat the lines' will be fresh convo topic -- Free speech movement -- Black students’ efforts praised -- Tigers hand Shocks eighth season's loss -- Federation race won by Nicholson -- Shocker cagers anxious, nervous as season’s opener approaches -- Jayhawks, Penn St. land in Orange Bowl
Photograph(s): Happiness is concern: A target area youth flashes a happy smile as his VOLT tutor, concerned with helping the child help himself in school. p. 1 -- Federation winner: WSU student Carl Nicholson, competing unattached, crossed Echo Hills Golf Course finish line first. p. 7 -- Strength in lettermen: Greg Carney, Jack Matthews, Ron Washington, Dave Skinner, Bob Matzen, Mike James and Ron Mendell bolster WSU hopes for an improvement over last season's 12-14 record. p. 8
"See Editorials, Page 4"