The Sunflower, v.73, no.21 (December 6, 1968)

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1968-12-06
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Reif, Martin A. , Black Student Union , Cessna Stadium , Taylor, Ross , Phi Sigma Tau , Students Concerned Over Political Equality (SCOPE)
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Article(s): Stadium drive raises $870,485; One week left before deadline -- 'Truth team’ seeks WSU aid for Biafra -- Awards banquet spark BSU protest against 'overt racist’ coaching practices / Paul Mobiley -- Senate offers direct support to efforts of SCOPE group / Bob Jordan -- Dangers to civil liberties inherent in civil problems -- 'Diversifications' theme for week -- Debaters Graham, Ramsey second in National Invitational Tourney / Elaine Records -- Reif named Associate Dean of WSU's Fairmounf College -- Kappa Pi Art Fair on tap for weekend -- Neff project gets boost of $62,244 -- Minister tells plight of Vietnamese 'kids' / Ron Wylie -- Blood drive falls two pints short of '150’ quota -- 'It wasn’t a one-way battle' -- Letter from Tebu gets replies -- President-elect Nixon scrutinized by overseas papers, magazines -- Taylor helps start 'Happiness Unlimited' -- Philosophy Honorary is Kansas’ first -- Rings, flings and things: Memories of festivities linger on -- SlU defense, cold WSU shooting helps Salukis down Shockers -- Benton leads fresh team to victory -- Thompson may be 'wiser' after team's second loss -- Gymnastics season opens at Manhattan -- Linemen nab top awards at banquet
Photograph(s): Hunger hurts: Fr. Dermot Doran tries to comfort Blafran child numbed with hunger experiencing the first stages of protein deficiency. p. 1 -- Happy winners: Wanda Graham and Ranney Ramsey are the picture of happiness hold their second place NIT trophies won in debate competition last week. p. 3 -- Chicago police in action at convention: Violence Commission report contained this picture of a demonstrator falling to pavement as he is pursued by Chicago police with nightsticks Aug. 27. p. 6 -- Up for grabs: Shocker Greg Carney (22) battles Salikis' Roger Westbrook (15) for ball in Thursday night contest. p. 11 -- Accolade recipients: Bob Johnson (left_ and Pete Robertson were named to the All-MVC grid team, recently. Robertson was also named Valley Sophomore of the Year on offense. Both players received All-America honorable mention. p. 12
"See Editorials, Page 8"
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, December 6, 1968. - 12 pages
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