The Sunflower, v.73, no.19 (November 22, 1968)
The Sunflower v.73 no.19. Wichita, Kansas, November 22, 1968. - 24 pages
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Article(s): Homecoming '68 gets underway; Balloting for Queen set today -- Debate invitational to begin here today -- Tatlock to hold down first veto against drill team allocation / Bob Jordan -- Davidson, comedy duo featured in Saturday Field House show -- Fellowships now available for nation's Black students -- Spectrometer new purchase for chemistry -- Homecoming show of band to feature culture, arts -- Pate studies the question of questions -- 'Black Power’ at its best -- The older generation -- VISTA recruiters seek student help Monday / Elaine Records -- Construction on Neff Hall finally begins -- Pom-pon [sic] squad will debut at Saturday's grid contest --Rings, flings and things: Organizations active -- Big, strong, fast, rugged Eagles to oppose Shocks on Saturday / Paul Mobiley -- Rule change could hurt game says New York QB Namath -- Former WSU coach to speak at banquet -- Gridders named scholar-athletes -- Shockers’ Homecoming fate rests on shoulders of Mr. Mean Green -- Soccer’s world-wide popularity may make it top college sport / Jim Reece -- 'Class of 1901' grad tells of memories / Bill Stegman -- Campus changes seen by ’Veteran’ Gaddis / Max Harris -- Ideas, issues, activities, knowledge, leadership make WSU place where 'education is what's happening' / Ron Wylie -- 'Things to be done' Is motto for WU's first woman Regent / Vicki McKissick -- Changes in students’ attitudes seen by long-time professor / Elaine Records -- Communications gap Ahlberg challenge / Ron Wylie -- Eight presidents have shaped course of University -- Grid sport at WSU surrounded by some 70 years of tradition -- Oaks' Armstrong being hailed as ABA's 'Super Rookie' of '68 / Paul Mobiley -- Lakes gaining reputation of 'Iron Man' as unsung hero of 'Frisco 49ers' defense
Photograph(s): Photograph(s): Sue Alter. p. 1 -- Helen Cornelsen. p.1 -- Betsy Gawthrop. p. 1 -- Kathy Graves. p. 1 -- Bonnie McKinney. p.1 -- Linda Northcutt. p. 1 -- Donna Saddler. p. 1 -- Homecoming headliner: Hollywood star John Davidson will be in spotlight for Homecoming show Saturday night 8:30, in the Field House. p. 3 -- Recent acquisition: $47,000 mass spectrometer in WSU Chemistry department is the only one of a kind in Wichita. p. 5 -- Lonely picket: Neff Hall construction work continues despite pickets. p. 8 -- Angel Flight pledges: (from l. to r.) 1st row: Lynn Kramer, Holly Jones, Glenda Kirsch, Becky Cline, Carole Elliot, Connie Stolz. 2nd row: Kathy Brammer, Janice Wayland, Nancy Barnes, Linda Volz, Carla Cater, Linda Olivier. 3rd row: Barbara Ward, Susan Scott, Nan Daugherty, Michele Comeau, Linda Scultz, Theresa Pickell. Not pictured: Carol Odeseff and Sharlynn Witt. p. 9 -- Steve Ramsey. p. 10 -- Eagles' All-America: Tackle Joe Greene anchors North Texas defense. p. 11 -- Learning the fundamentals: WSU physical education majors toe soccer ball in activities class. p. 12 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Garland P. Ferrell, seated and talking. p. 1 -- Alumni reminisce: Mr. and Mrs. Garland P. Ferrell talk over college days at Fairmount, where they first met and were later married. p. 14 -- Campus observer: John Gaddis, (right), for 39 years WSU's physical plant director, related memories of "old days" on campus to Sunflower reporter, Max Harris. p. 15 -- Active at 80: Mrs. Rene Gouldner sits among books at her Wichita residence. p. 18 -- Teaching veteran: Dr. Worth A Fletcher of WSU's chemistry department has witnessed student body changes over 41-year career. p. 19 -- Distinguished alumnus: Dr. Clark Ahlberg and Mrs. Ahlberg, both former Wichita University students, in their new residence - the University President's home, 1820 N. Hillside. p. 20 -- Illustrations of Dr. Nathan Morrison, Dr. Henry Thayer, Dr. Walter Rollins, Dr. John Finlayson, Dr. A. W. Foght, Dr. William Jardine, Harry Corbin, and Dr. Emory Lindquist. p. 21 -- All time leader: Now WSU's head football coach, Eddie Kriwiel is shown in his playing days at Wichita University. During his four-year career from 1947-50, Kriwiel ran up 3,516 yards total offense, an all-time offensive mark. p. 22 -- Rookie of the Year?: Former Shocker star Warren Armstrong looms as one of the top prospects for the American Basketball Association rookie of the year honors and a bright new addition to the Oakland Oaks franchise. p. 2 -- Forty-Niners' Iron Man: Roland Lakes (60) closes in on Bears' Gale Sayers (40) in 1967 San Francisco contest. p. 23 -- Football from Fairmount College to Wichita State photo essay. p. 24
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