The Sunflower, v.71, no.11 (October 12, 1966)

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1966-10-12
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Sarachek, Alvin , Shoener, George
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The Sunflower, v.71 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 12, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): WSU 'celebrates' Nat'l Fire Prevention Week -- WSU passes K-State in enrollment -- Cafe policy discussed at University Senate -- Debate winners announced for 'Mushrat' tournament -- Avery to make return visit to University -- Dr. Alvin Sarachek awarded grant for cell study -- Society of Classic Guitar presents WSU student / J. La Forge -- Anthropology Club plans dance, surface collections -- Instructor of the Week: International cooperation goal of German teacher / Mary Ellen Berst -- Faculty members to be panelists at news forum -- Foreign speaker to discuss India -- Fellowship group elects officers, plans meetings -- Graduate work increases; Half million grads return -- Flying Club holds officer election -- Multi-level chaos? -- Will 'apathy' rear its ugly head? -- Computer gives tips on winter heating -- Fears expressed by NAIS about college freedoms -- Non-credit art courses being offered at WSU -- Data processing to be subject of Sat. seminar -- Asian lecture on Red China to be Oct. 19 -- Nat'l. recession expected by economists -- Prominent alumnus starts scholarship -- Many technical problems face experimental theatre -- Making dulcimers is hobby of artist Jane Adams -- Discussion series first of its kind -- Survey rates Berkeley best -- Shocker Harriers last in weekend varsity meet -- Shocks set records, lose on penalties -- Intramural staff chooses D. Brodie Player of the Week -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham
Photograph(s): Nancy Jacobs and Dan Loveland talk to a fireman after the car in which they were riding exploded in flames. p. 1 -- Dr. [Alvin] Sarachek. p.1 -- Darrell Casteel, Anthropology Museum Owner, shows an article from a current exhibit to Jon Wagner. p. 2 -- George Shoener. p. 2 -- Where is it? City firemen seemed confused as to just where the smoke was coming from in Monday's "fire" in the CAC. p. 2 -- The week's Eye Opener is Robin Jinkins, 18, an Art major in UC. A graduate of West High, Robin lists her hobby as painting. Eye Opener will be a regular Wednesday feature in The Sunflower. p. 6 -- Jane Adams demonstrates proper technique for playing the dulcimer. p. 7 -- Quarterback John Eckman smashed Shocker single game pass attempt and pass completion records. p. 8
"See Eye Opener Page 6"
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Wichita State University
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The Sunflower
v.71 no.11
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