The Sunflower, v.71, no.41 (February 28, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.41. Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): University bid decision slated by Board today / Cheri Basta -- Lewis discusses racism in Wichita Thursday in CAC -- Registration for Ugly Man ends Friday -- Documentary film to be presented -- Help desperately needed for brain injured victims -- May Queen deadline nears -- Parnassus Queen coronation nears -- Theater tryouts for last shows of season set -- Motion filed by Grist for return of seats -- Students favor vigorous policy says KU study -- Faculty-artist series presents 3 in recital -- Cheating scandal shakes academy -- Film group sees audience change -- Students working on campus may get regulations -- Night school rep vacancy opened -- Goldman and Kliewer to be forum guests -- Accident claims life of student -- State Senate to consider fair housing controversy / Ron Loewen -- Yenne, WSU music professor named Arts Festival guest -- Mademoiselle set for interviews -- Campus review show to host WSU profs -- Georgetown prof to give lecture on WSU campus -- Home suicide claims senior English major -- Large grants are harmful to education -- Eastward, ho! -- 'Honor' system? -- Reader admonishes minister's war view -- Letters to campus / Mother -- Student project to assist poor set for summer -- Hunt worthwhile to see showing of play 'Dylan' / Gary Moore -- WSU Freshman Queen candidate for tournament -- Soph coed honored for academic word -- Frosh president vacates position during gathering -- Spurs vs. DG’s in College Bowl -- Eighth captured by coed archers in unusal [sic] event -- Shocks surprise Cards 84-78 / Mike Kiser -- Young Democrats discuss future campus seminar -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Shocks to tangle with Eagles in return conference battle / Steve Gresham -- Shocker gymnasts split meets; Baker breaks all-around record -- Cage meet set; Finals March 8th -- WSU men compete in karate tourney -- Volleyball tourney to begin Wednesday -- International Club holds elections -- Apathy meets
Photograph(s): Cool as hell: That's what Shocker coach, Gary Thompson, with water bottle, is after sweltering through a hotly contested WSU-Louisville game. The Shocks playing their best game of the season upset the second-ranked Louisville Cardinals 84-78 in the Field House Saturday night. p. 1 -- Reed fires over Unsled [sic]: Melvin Reed (20), the Shock's lightening-fast post-man attempts a field goal over the outstretched hands of Louisville's Westley Unseld (31). Reed was the Shock's leading scorer with 24 points. p. 7 -- Armstrong battles Unseld: Warren Armstrong (white jersey) fights Louisville's All-American candidate Westley Unseld (dark jersey) for a crucial rebound. Armstrong, despite being only 6-2, grabbed 11 rebounds during the game. p. 7