The Sunflower, v.71, no.39 (February 21, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.39. Wichita, Kansas, February 21, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Chats, book reviews, films to fill WSU Egghead Week -- Egghead program to be featured this Wednesday -- University students to pay higher fees / Janice Hake -- Four car smashup injures two University students -- Arnold squadron plans competition for blood drive -- Last four presidents knew about CIA funds to NSA -- Professors uncover fossils in Antarctica / Sue Lorch -- Wichita attorney wins court fight on ticket battle -- Organization is explained to faculty by Dessauer -- Changes in college planned by new education dean / Kris Burgerhoff -- Four faculty members to display music talents -- Vote registration ends tonight -- WSU Student Lobby calls for strong housing law -- Institute will finance awards with grant -- 350 students needed in service projects / Kris Burerhoff -- Season to open with production of play 'Dylan' -- Zoning rules near campus will be relaxed by city / Cheri Basta -- Citizenship begins now! -- Reader disputes recent editorial about bookstore -- 'Arrests will be made says New Orleans D.A. -- Well-known profs will speak Wed. at news forum -- 'Eggheads unite!': Mortar Board sounds off! -- Prof. Sherman attends meeting in Washington -- Dr. Assad Rahhal to lead meeting Thursday evening -- Profs to debate campus ROTC -- Graphic students exhibit art work in New York City -- UCF to meet today; Will discuss lecture -- New WSU chapter formed by oldest Negro sorority -- Legal service aid to poor is considered -- Dr. Turpin discusses project with groups -- Apathy competes -- Royalty hopefuls set to vie for honors -- Towt receives honors -- Geo. Worden outlines job to funnell [sic] communications / Cheri Basta -- Fashion expert wins fame by masochism / Marilyn Ruggles -- AF ROTC will have accelerated program -- Bickerman receives grant from N. Y. research group -- All students may attend summer European Seminar -- Seminar in finance to be held weekly -- 'A time for burning' -- 2nd College Bowl changes are told -- Great rebellion year rivals Berkeley action -- Blues to compete -- School nurse announces hours for health office -- Grad student exhibits -- New officers elected by Anchorette team -- Ron Washington, Shock 'Shadow' cast as key defensive leader -- Fizdale-Gold piano duet exhibit miraculous unison / Susan King -- Calif. tuition raise debate postponed as Reagen [sic] casts opposing vote -- Art Symposium presented here for first time -- Shocker gymnastics squad tabbed versatile, youthful / Steve Gresham -- Loyola dumps Shocks, Tillman nets 40 points / Steve Gresham -- Shocks invade Bearcats den for 'must' game vs. Cincy / Mike Kiser -- WSU gymnasts score victory -- Burton tops 16-3 to elapse record -- Skydiving Club to hold meeting in C.A.C. Weds. -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Baseball meeting set for Monday
Photograph(s): A tangled mass of metal and broken glass littered the street in front of the political science building when these two cars crashed together Friday . p. 1 -- Dr. Shaffer studies fossils he uncovered in his recent trip to Antarctica with Dr. Tash. p. 2 -- Dr. Bill J. Fullerton. p. 2 -- Loren Janzen, Domenico Tesoriere, Peter Johnson and Riley Rhodes are shown here at work on their lithograph prints. p. 5 -- New ROTC member receives rare award. p. 6 -- Ron Washington, 6-5 junior guard labeled as Shockers' top defender despite weight disadvantage. p. 10 -- Gary Johnson: This talented Shocker junior specializes in the side horse event. Here he demonstrates the form that gained him many first place finishes in the side horse competition. p. 11 -- Bob Baker: The Shockers best all-around performer, Bob is especially proficient on the high bar. Shown above is Baker as he whirls through his high bar routine. p. 11 -- Lyle Houpt: Doubles on high bar and rings; has shown steady improvement lately. Above he exhibits his abilities on the rings in the recent WSU-KU meet. p. 11 -- Mike Young: An all-event performer, Mike is possibly best in the floor exercise. Here he gazes pensively as he awaits his next competition. p. 11
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