The Sunflower, v.71, no.36/2 (February 10, 1967)
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The Sunflower, v.71 no.36. Wichita, Kansas, February 10, 1967. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Shields presents plans to revamp SGC Committees -- Sedgwick County Juco threatens WSU funds -- J. Ewan, local Boo Hoo, is dismissed from University -- Five finalists announced for Parnassus Queen -- Sunflower positions open -- President's Council schedules meeting -- ROTC Queen applications to be taken -- Cash award to be given in contest by Sunflower -- New faculty posts to be amply filled -- Iowa State prof will be lecturer on campus -- International Club President resigns; Records fall as second semester registration ends -- Guest composer, lecturer for ‘67 Festival announced -- Cadet promotions awarded students -- Club will install leaders -- End of trip -- End of a trip -- As an outsider: Student government comments / Robert Bettis -- Film, "Anarchy USA" questioned by reader -- Society news: Open rush scheduled for busy weekend / Cheri Basta -- Dr. Stanley Jaki to speak on science and religion -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Graduates will speak to MENC members -- Automation on move anew, gains Library beachhead -- Commission requests draft changes -- Russian move reviewed / J. La Forge -- English professor resigns -- Study trip open to all students to tour Europe -- Honors taken by Shock debater while on break -- Shocker cagers score wins over 'break', thrill home fans with exciting play / Mike Kiser -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Shockers face Louisville Cards; Unseld and Beard 'Biggest Birds’ / Mike Kiser -- Shocks edge Cincy 57-55/ Armstrong sparkles in final seconds / Steve Gresham
Photograph(s): Eye Opener: Ann Nicholson, junior. p. 12 -- Mark Costello. p. 12 -- Westley Unseld, Louisville's 6-8 240 pound All-American center is expected to lead the Cardinals to an easy victory over the Shockers tomorrow night. p. 14 -- The one that got away: Rick Roberson (35) grabs one rebound that the Shockers didn't get. Mike Reif (11) stays safe distance away. p. 15 -- The shot heard around the valley: Melvin Reed (20) pushes up the winning basket as the crowd stands frozen with anticipation. p. 15 -- Washington drives: The Shockers' Ron Washington (44)n drives the lane to shoot over the outstretched hand of Cincy's Gordon Smith but the shot wouldn't fall in. p. 15
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