The Sunflower, v.71, no.36/1 (January 17, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.36. Wichita, Kansas, January 17, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Proportional Rep. sends proposal to Gov. Docking -- Athletics evaluated by P.E. Corporation board / Pat O'Connor -- Sunflower positions open -- Arrest of local Boo Hoo is first in State of Kans. -- Eight faculty members perform in 'The Wall' -- Chinese communist factions widen gap in leadership / Robert Elegant -- Campus head meet to form group coordinating network -- Future course started -- Wylie's last blast: Student government comments / Ron Wylie -- Basketball is back, party chairman speaks -- Concern is expressed for budget funding -- Guest comments on LSD: Leary and his psychedelic drugs blasted by Health Center worker -- Army-Air Force ceremony to honor 14 students -- Voting age of 18 called by Senate Majority Leader -- Initiation held for students of society -- Representative says liquor won't pass -- Arrangements set for ROTC Colonel to give speech -- Teacher's College to give courses in Wichita area -- 1st in series is scheduled for Sunday -- Students hard at work for finals / photos by Darrell Barton -- Texas artists display exhibitions in gallery / Marilyn Schulte -- Magazine claims Kansas is below national average -- Graduate student selected advisor of AWS group -- U. Brass Choir, Percussion Group give concert -- Kansas colleges preparing for increase in enrollment -- New display on view at McKinley -- University Spurs boosts members by two tappings -- Resident quartet to give concert -- Neo funky jazz played by University basketball band / Edmund House -- Shocker cagers face host of opponets [sic] in action set during and after finals / Mike Kiser -- Freshman basketball squad falls to Independence team -- WSU mentor chosen Coach of the Year -- Shocks dominate Swedish Nationals after bad start -- Shockers face Bulldogs in important MVC tilt / Steve Gresham -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Shocks will gain top Texas Juco players next fall
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photographs of students studying. p. 8 -- Leonard Wilert, left, chairman of the local senior chapter of The American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers, presented a $100 check to Charles B. Pfeffer, faculty advisor to ASTME as a contribution to the group's student loan fund at a recent meeting of the student organization. This loan is made available to qualified students majoring in the field of engineering. p. 10 -- Uncaptioned photo of a member of the University band. p. 10 -- Reed & Thompson block Swedish National player. p. 12 -- Bob Netolioky, Drake's leading scorer and rebounder. p. 12
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