The Sunflower, v.71, no.38 (February 17, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, February 17, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Engineers hold walkout -- CIA falls under guillotine of news forum discussion / Susan King -- CAC head Glenn speaks to SGC on book prices -- Pres. Lindquist asks for funds restoration / Marilyn Ruggles -- Annual Egghead Week starts Monday -- Art supervisors, teachers plan to attend meeting -- 2 awards given by Music School to WSU seniors -- Pupils at Ingalls to hold program honoring Negroes -- Michael's 'Dylan' to play at Experimental Theater -- WSU vs. Marquette -- Grin and bear it -- As an outsider: Student government comments / Robert Bettis -- Letters from campus / Lester E. Mood -- Reader sees coup d'etat in SGC -- Arsonists on campus hit Fine Arts Center -- Professor given citation for missions in Vietnam -- Spur ceremonies include initiation of past group -- Summer institute on life in India open to faculty -- Wichita: All American City / photographs by Darrell Barton -- Greeks are kept busy by rush initiations / Cheri Basta -- Pastoral seminar now being held at Wichita State -- Independents adopt new constitution, name -- Director of Alpha Kappa Psi will address Gamma Upsilon -- Gymnastics team hosts dual meet -- Photos displayed in art building -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Movie review: Sunset show 'Hawaii' called disappointment / J. La Forge -- New enrollees should inform Draft Board -- Applications for College Bowl set for Feb. 26 -- Educational group admits subsidies taken from CIA -- 'Oklahoma’ set for two showings tonight in DFAC -- Shockers battle Ramblers in Chicago doubleheader / Mike Kiser -- Shockers land Juco standouts -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Shocks nip Braves 76-74 on Reed's free-throws / Steve Gresham -- Shock yearlings meet 'Builders
Photograph(s): Dr. Charles Jakowatz looks out over the group of engineering students who staged WSU's first walkout in over two years . p 1 -- Sandy Womack and Glenn Cummingham star as Caitlin and Dylan Thomas in the new Experimental production in the Pit next week. p. 3 -- Major Mervin R. Robbins, right, accepts congratulations from Col. M. C. Dehlinger after Robbins received an Air Medalp. 5 -- Uncaptioned photographs of the city of Wichita. pp. 6-7 -- Eye Opener: Jan Gilchrist, senior. p. 9
"See Picture Essay Pages 6 and 7"