The Sunflower, v.71, no.42 (March 3, 1967)
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The Sunflower, v.71 no.42. Wichita, Kansas, March 3, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Petition is circulating to back proposed bill / J. LaForge -- School in community life discussed at news forum / Susan King -- Suggestions given for facilitating sticker removal -- Gary Thompson to speak at Shocker Club meeting -- Queen applications are required today; Deadline is 3 p.m. -- U.N., cigarettes headed business at SGC meeting -- Applications accepted for Homecoming head -- Crestview land purchase haunted again by delay / Cheri Basta -- Lewis detained, racism lecture will be reset -- College population to increase 49% says HEW Dept. -- Colorado U. students rally for professor -- AAUP members to discuss Loyalty Oath -- Students obtain television experience -- 4 WSU debaters capture awards in tournaments -- Who killed the liquor bill? -- This bill needs support -- The quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Bettis -- 'Non-prophet corner' receives more debate -- UMOC entrants must be in by this afternoon -- Registration is near for blood drive -- Many Greek activities are held during week / Cheri Basta -- Seminar set for digging in Europe -- Scholarships being offered -- Students discuss, forecast end pf Viet Nam conflicts / Tom McVey -- Cultures shown in McKinley Hall by anthropologist -- Shockers edge Eagles Thompson scores 25 / Steve Gresham -- Thompson, Reed and Harris to bow out against Tulsa / Jim Kinney -- Butler inks grid pact with WSU -- Potentially best gymnast was high school champion / Bob Jordan -- WSU gymnasts hose Kansas State -- Football standouts acquired by University -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Hurricane blows into Field House, Valley runner-up spot on the line / Mike Kiser
Photograph(s): Where in the world but Kansas could spring come so early in March? Knowing the propensity of Kansas weather to turn foul overnight, this picture will serve as a reminder of the past two days. p. 1 -- Frank Kelly, director of radio KMUW, conducts a fifteen minute TV program Saturdays on KTVH-TV. p. 3 -- These six coeds are vying for the title of Air Force ROTC Queen. They are, l to r, Galen Gill, April Gray, Kathy Keimig, Mickie Moore, Linda Northcutt, and Sharlynn Wift. p. 7 -- Eye Opener: Gwen Washington, senior. p. 8 -- Eagle blocked: Melvin Reed (20) blocked North Texas State's Willie Davis in his attempt for two points. Reed had 22 points and was instrumental in the Shocks' important MVC win. p. 10 -- Hemmed in: Shocker's Ron Mendell (24) is harrassed by North Texas State's Rubin Russel (15) in last night's MVC game. p. 10 -- Lilliard Harris, 5-10 senior guard from Ft. Worth, Tex. will be making his last home appearance Saturday night. p. 11 -- Melvin Reed: One of three Shocker seniors who will be playing in their last home game Saturday night. p. 11