The Sunflower, v.71, no.44 (March 10, 1967)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.44. Wichita, Kansas, March 10, 1967. -12 pages
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Article(s): Ugly Man on Campus to be picked Monday / Jane Gilchrist -- University Theater group finds costumes 'different / Sandy Winkleman -- Tilford addresses Student Congress on Upward Bound -- Opinions differ on impact of technological revolution / Jane Gilchrist -- Long-range reconnaissance patrols watch Red troops -- Movie review: 'Grand Prix' credited as finest racing movie made / J. LaForge -- Dance soloist to appear in concert Monday night -- Ba-a-a-a-a-a-a-a -- The Quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Bettis -- Failure, faces, femurs demise of this reader -- George Von Iherling to speak here during tour of South Central Kansas -- Motwani to speak -- City Commissioner candidates voice opinions for The Sunflower -- Shocker activities varies / Cheri Bates -- 80 girls compete for Queen title of Army ROTC -- University participates in Placement Council survey / Sandy Winkleman -- Bell will speak to Anthro Club on field work -- New Mexico has teacher openings for WSU grads -- KMUW quips / Frankie Howard -- Logopedics Institute plans greenhouse for children -- WSU students travel to Illinois Invitational -- Choir to be here Sunday -- Sessions planned for women at annual institute -- Certificates received at end of seminar -- Shocker sportlights / Steve Gresham -- Stallworth awaits test results cager's career termed uncertain -- 'Dream Team' anticipated as Shockers windup season / Jim Kinney -- Wheatshocker wins bowling tournament -- Shocker keglers triumph;Roll toward more honors -- Dick Laptad, Shocker gymnastics coach, tabbed an extremely versatile individual / Bob Jordan
Photograph(s): Contestants for Ugly Man on Campus include, back row (l-r) Warren Armstrong, Richard Stiverson, Joe Ruiz, John Praft, Johnnye Appleton, kneeling (l-r) Sam Goldstein, Chris Shank, Willie Dunlap, leaning, Bud Dingman, reclining, Larry Guinn. p. 1 -- Top: Rick Wheeler - bottom: Steve Shouse. p. 1 -- Rehearsal goes on as 'They Would Be Gentlemen' prepares for its second performance. Final showing will be tomorrow night. p. 1 -- Eye Opener: Sheryl Baker, senior. p. 2 -- Daniel Nagrin, dance soloist, pictured above, demonstrates his modern dancing talents. He will be seen Sunday at 8 p.m. in the DFAC at WSU. p. 3