The Sunflower, v.72, no.28 (February 9, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.72 no.28. Wichita, Kansas, February 9, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Hazing, Hippodrome, draft discussed at SGA meeting / Linda Wood -- Debaters garner Forensic Honors -- Ritual of student rebellion causes conflict at news forum / Ron Smith -- Bulgaria will hold International Festival -- Businessmen get to know legislators -- Sociology prof set to lecture -- WSU students to participate in Model UN -- Room available for all students in University bomb shelters / Nancy Younggren -- Canterbury to present 'pop' gospel -- Prof beats draft call as janitor -- Question of authority -- Cause for recognition -- Stadium figures are challenged -- Kansas joins nation’s tribute honoring noted state editor -- Lindquist releases his stadium opinion -- Kansas governor to give awards -- Book compares wars in Spain, Vietnam -- World Affairs group convenes tonight for two- day meeting -- Pianist Utterback finishes European performing tour / Ken Ham -- Now that Mickey Mouse is gone, students seek new clock hero / Bob Jordan -- Society: Greek plans to include initiation -- Johnson asks student aid, sharp construction cuts -- UC hands WSU 8th road loss; Shocks host Louisville Saturday / Mike Kiser -- Thin Clads score sweep against Southwestern -- First Shockerette gym team readies for meet / Bob Jordan -- Kappa Sigs lead first half bid for sports title
Photograph(s): Debate champs: Ivan Rich, left, Dan Hughes with the trophy they won for third place at the Mardi Gras Tourney. p. 1 -- Oversized painting: These and other works by John Lewadoseki and John Adaberry are now on display in the Elizabeth Sprague Art Gallery in the foyer of the DFAC. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 3 -- Keyboard concentration: Pianist Joe Utterback in rehearsal at the DFAC following a whirlwind tour of European cities in which he performed for more than 250,000 people. Utterback performed as part of a patriotic concert which featured Broadway show tunes, American pop music and patriotic songs. / photo by Larry Lund. p. 7 -- Louisville's All-American Westley Unseld is the Cardinals leading scorer and rebounder, with a 22.4 scoring coverage and a 17.3 rebounding mean. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 10 -- Shocker shot-putter Tom Holliday gets off toss against Southwestern. He came through with winning heave, 53-5 1/2. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 10 -- Shockerettes: Agile Anita Shockey poses atop the balance beam surrounded by members of the first WSU Women's Gymnastic squad. / photo by Larry Lund. p. 11