The Sunflower, v.71, no.19 (November 2, 1966)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.19. Wichita, Kansas, November 2, 1966. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Eight students receive Distinguished Awards -- Election poll taken by Sunflower -- Homecoming Queen finalists announced -- Shields, Thompson place in tourney -- Local singers entertain at College Life -- Robert Docking to visit campus -- Job Fair registers 1,100 -- Kansas Board of Regents authorizes Tri-U Press -- Wichita to host Kansas teachers Nov. 2 through 4 -- Commission halts action on Crestview development -- Stephens comments on freshmen; RSA forming to 'open' campus -- SCCA sponsored Autocross to be held 'rain or shine' -- Student aid loans receive appropriations -- A perplexing situation -- A fable for sometime -- Reader's comment on SDS, Shoutin' Shockers cause stir -- Economics prof awarded grant -- Noted psychologist discusses individuality / Susan King -- TGIF philosophy hoax exposed; History is cause -- Honor couples, open house highlight Parent's Day -- 'Dylan ' reset for February -- Instructor of the Week: Instructor;s interests vary; Include boats, engineering / Mary Ellen Borst -- 'Art and antiart' is lecture topic of Henry Aiken -- International Club to hold meeting -- Peter, Paul, and Mary to give performance -- WSU crashes Louisville Sat. night -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Shock Trackmen place second
Photograph(s): Eight Army ROTC cadets are shown receiving their Distinguished Military Student awards. They are, l. to r., Stephen White, R. L. Young, Ronald Comeau, Richard Waldrop, Col. M. L. Denlinger (presenting awards, Richard Montray, Raymond Cox, Virgil Balthrop, and Richard Allen.) p. 1 -- These five women are competing for the homecoming queen honors. They are, from l. to r., Cindy Bowers, Becky Shenk, Mary Lynn Stevens, Lora Dome, and Sally Ludvickeson. p. 1 -- A turnout of more than two thousand people attended the job fair at the Field House this past weekend. p. 1 -- This week's Eye Opener is Pam Kenney, a UC sophomore majoring in Elementary Education. This 18 year old brunette lists tennis as her hobby - when it's warm. In the future, she hopes to teach, "or something." p. 3 -- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon G. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Conley are received by President Emory Lindquist. p. 6 -- Bryan S. Hay. p. 7
"See Eyeopener Page 3"