The Sunflower, v.72, no.29 (February 13, 1968)

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1968-02-13
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.29. Wichita, Kansas, February 13, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Symptom of war, uneasiness: Council on World Affairs hears Kansas governor / Tom McVey -- Academic freedom major concern of Tuesday’s Senate meeting / Linda Wood -- Field House begins new construction -- Discontent brewing following recent Selective Service acts / Ron Smith -- Integration becomes fact at Emporia -- Docking says wait about senate race -- Shocker supporters? -- Wheels of progress -- Writer content with apathy -- As an outsider: Hodgepodge of events highlighted / Ron Smith -- Traffic growing pains at WSU also cause drain of wallet / Bill Stegman -- Spectator Code -- Europe is study site for summer -- Peace Corps meeting crucial image change -- Poll shows students stay here -- Sullivan unearths governor’s house while doing research / Bill Stegman -- '91st Day’ presented to Psi Chi Club -- Coeds to meet in YWCA building -- Governor presents Citizen-Soldier Awards -- Profs protest draft 'memo' -- 200 Angels will meet for conclave -- Two student-directed plays ’tearful, funny’ / George Spelvin -- Shocks battle cards to wire; Contending Braves Thursday / Mike Kiser -- Freshman cagers score two wins -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- QB Eckman signs pro pact with NFL Atlanta Falcons -- Kriwiel completes football staff with former Tampa Star, Yelovich / Bob Jordan
Photograph(s): Distinguished speaker: Kansas Governor Robert Docking during his address to the Kansas Council on World Affairs which met at WSU Friday and Saturday. See related story and picture, page 3. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- Senate in session: Dr. Allen Cress, WSU Faculty Senate president, responds to a faculty member's comment during a regular Senate meeting. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 1 -- The big dilemma: Walter Bebout, UC Fr., represents the plight of the college male which has been heightened by recent indecisions about the draft. / photo by Larry Lund. p. 2 -- Closed conference: Kansas Governor Robert Docking discusses his campaign plans with Sunflower reporter Ken Ham, left and editor-in-chief Tom McVey. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 3 -- Historical markings: Brian Sullivan, LA Jr., demonstrates the methods he used in his summer research project in which he uncovered many important aspects of Kansas history previously unknown. / photo by Larry Lund. p. 7 -- A job well done: Kansas Governor Robert Docking congratulating one of the 21 Army servicemen honored with "Citizen Soldier Awards" Saturday night at the Field House. Lee Blaser, left, President of Wichita Chamber of Commerce assisted in the awards presentation. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 9 -- Westley Unseld: Louisville center pulls down one of 11 rebounds. Shockers out boarded Cards, but Louisville won overtime thriller, 93-91. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 10 -- John Eckman. p. 11
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Wichita State University
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The Sunflower
v.72 no.29
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