The Sunflower, v.70, no.46 (February 18, 1966)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, February 18, 1966. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Mortar Board Egghead Week to begin Monday: Classes to run on convo schedule / Judy Fairhurst -- People, professors comment on apathy / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Graduate student wins in parking ticket case / Myrna Fletcher -- Young Republicans to meet Sunday -- Tuesday deadline set for SGA jobs -- 'LOGOS' to go on sale Monday -- Wichita photo exhibition set -- Spring registration in non-credit courses to open today at Morrison -- ROTC names new brigade leaders -- Ballast party seeks greater participation -- Heavy interview slate reported by placement -- All day run set for Viet Nam film -- Dr. Er-Chieh Ma set to direct seminar meet -- Society, Shocker style: Shockers rush, initiate, and watch / Judy Fairhurst -- Yearbook staff names Wolgamott '66 Queen -- The workers unite -- All for profit -- Teachers students voice feelings on participation and apathy -- Armstrong raps bland talk topics -- Peace convo -- Entremont to debut here with Wichita Symphony program -- Mortar Board meanings include senior women / Pam McMaster -- Double feature flick set for tonight -- Elizabeth Sprague Gallery shows Sheldon Carey's unique ceramics -- Slides slated at audio-visual -- Campus music notes -- Shocks seek first road win Saturday against Loyola -- Shocker attendance drops as team loses -- Hurricane stirs storm -- WSU thinclads to open 1966 season at Columbia in triangular meet -- Armstrong hits stride, All American material -- Wichita blasts Bradley / Bruce Erickson
Photograph(s): Competition viewed: Dr. L. Curtise Wood, professor in administration, and one of ten lecturers views Select-a-Lecture schedule and competition along with Connie Howell, a member of the Mortar Board. p. 1 -- Queen selected: Jan Wolgamott, sponsored by Delta Gamma, was selected as Parnassus Queen for the 1966 yearbook. p. 3 -- Now famous: Sophomores Warren Armstrong, WSU's All-American candidate, hands out autographs before the game. p. 7 -- Lots of easy ones: Lillard Harris gets a basket after the Shockers broke the game open. p. 8 -- Again and again: Kelly Pete, who scored 27 points gets another easy two against Bradley last night. p. 8
Errata: This v.70 issue mistakenly numbered v.80.