The Sunflower, v.73, no.24 (December 17, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.24. Wichita, Kansas, December 17, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Draft Boards' power to punish war protesters cut by Court -- Area broadcasters plan to aid K-State -- Hong Kong flu runs rampant In nation, but 'bug’ stays away from WSU campus / Carol Hinshaw -- Presidential electors voice objections to electoral college -- Fold-away paper grad gown replaces costly cloth attire -- WSU, WACAPI combine for adult basic education -- Cooperative Teacher Corps aids supervising instructors -- Hendrickson's one-man show now on display in Stairway -- Dormitory residents sing 'Deck the Halls’ / Donna Johnson -- Artist Series to feature clarinetist -- College students bigger targets for car thieves -- Internationals crown Queen, WSU's first -- Out in the cold -- Reader discusses 'Black Power’ -- Civil rights, legislation, militants, cooperation discussed -- Fellowship program offers work in D.C. -- Korean choir will appear in concert -- Second phase of survey to determine space needs -- Ablah joins with others in Inter-Library Loan service -- Anchorettes now preparing for Cotton Bowl Marching -- Funds for improved image goal of College of Eduucation [sic] -- State employees get new payday -- 'Icy' Shocks hope to conquer cold spell against St. Louis / Paul Mobiley -- Gymnasts fall to 'Huskers-Carroll stars -- Jayhawks, Sooners tune-up for Orange, Bluebonnet Bowl
Photograph(s): Approach to life: The Art of Doug Henricksen, instructor of art at Macalester College is being exhibited in WSU's Stairway Gallery. p. 3 -- Roses for the Queen: Dean James Rhatigan congratulates Usha Menon with traditional roses after she is crowned WSU's first International Queen. p. 5 -- Soph sparkplug: Center Jim Givens has stepped up to a starting position in the Shockers third game and has sparked the team in scoring and rebounding. p. 10 -- Coach and stars: These three St. Louis Billikens, Tom Thomas (left), Coach Buddy Brehmer, and Joe Wiley invade the Field House tonight as the Shockers open their home conference season. p. 10 -- Mr. Dependable: Shocker gymnast Bob Carroll shows perfection form that earned him three first places in Saturday's loss in Nebraska. p. 11 -- Karate champs: Craig Henry (left) and Roger Carpenter lead a WSU team to first place in the first Wichita Kansas Karate championship. p. 12
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