The Sunflower, v.71, no.35 (January 13, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.35. Wichita, Kansas, January 13, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): SGC approves 15 cent hike in privilege fee -- Faculty Senate blasts WSU football boosts / Pat O'Connor -- Jim Roberts resigns post to work in Peace Corps -- Honors president resigns office -- Black power is topic of NEWPAC member -- Organizational heads meet in workshop -- Sorority set ti sponsor scholarships -- Loyalty Oath meets oppositions from suit -- Alumni name new chancellors -- Instructor of the Week: WSU Education Professor studies teaching efficiency / Mary Ellen Borst -- FY 1968 budget is explained by Emory Lindquist / Kris Burgerhoff -- A case for pocket change -- The non-voting member: Student government comments / Ron Wylie -- Jim Roberts lauded by freshman officers -- Dr. Sidney Blubaugh attacks LSD; Paper brands it 'most dangerous' -- WSU leads Kansas colleges in job opportunities / story by Marilyn Schulte, photos by Darrell Barton -- Society news: Pinnings, engagements shower Greek houses / Cheri Basta -- Record high is seen for spring term -- Draft dodging is lower than WW II -- WSU violinist plans TV performance -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Anthropology Club to hear Munsell Speak on Pima -- Underdog Chiefs to face Green Boy in Super Bowl -- Shocks face Swedish Nationals in Field House at 8:00 P.M. -- Shocker trackmen to vie in indoor, outdoor meets / Steve Gresham -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Gymnastics team to meet with KU Jayhawkers
Photograph(s): Jim Roberts announced his resignation before SGC in Tuesday's meeting. p. 1 -- Donald Hughes told audience that the "Civil Rights laws (are) being enjoyed only by a small minority." p. 1 -- Dr. Phyliss [sic] Burgess. p. 3 -- Mrs. Genevieve Williams from Student Services is shown helping this student with employment information. p. 5 -- Carol Card works 25 hours each week at night at this familiar counter. p. 5 -- Dave Lloyd spends 19 hours each week cleaning Wilner Auditorium for WSU. p. 5 -- Mike Melugin working 25 hours per week stand ready to assist Dr. Farha as he examines this six year old boy. p. 5 -- Working 30 hours each week, engineering Junior Paul Kuhn is employing one of many procedures used in the lab. p. 5 -- Student checks bulletin board located in Student Employment Center in the basement of Morrison Hall. p. 5 -- Kirk and Carol Downing are the owners and operators of the Red Baron, and each also carries a full load at WSU. p. 5 -- Eye Opener: Janice Jantz, junior. p. 9 -- Jorgen Hansson: Swedish basketball ace learned basketball while an exchange student at high school in Michigan. Last year he was on the New Mexico State University freshmen team and now Is a member of the Swedish National Club Champion Basketball Team. He is 22, weighs 209 pounds and Is six feet, eight Inches. p. 11
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