The Sunflower, v.72, no.30 (February 16, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.30. Wichita, Kansas, February 16, 1968. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Egghead Week will feature films, lectures, concerts -- Free love, protest hit at news forum / Ron Smith -- SGC votes to become NSA member / Linda Wood -- Hummel set for faculty concert -- Grad student starts stadium fee protest -- Stadium expansion? -- Cause for recognition -- Students protest poor sports stand -- Governor trims millions: Docking's budget shows WSU problems with money / Ken Ham -- Dean advises students to 'try' / James J. Rhatigan -- 'Marat/Sade’ rehearsals show tense concentration, timing -- UCF seeks students to help CAP -- Hippodrome chairman announces complete rules, regulations -- Air Force seeking civilians for advisor technicians -- Society: Pledges honored in Greek festivities -- 'Museum of man’ is combination of ideas. work. patience, time / Danny Brewer -- Negro leader Rustin warns that the election holds threat -- Harvard professor says millions will tune in, drop out by 1975 / Bill Stegman -- Peoce Corps offers new program soon -- Kenyon to initiate coordinate college -- Fast-breaking, hot-shooting WSU runs post Bradley Braves, 112-97 / Mike Kiser -- Frosh drop Moundbuilders; Capture 7th straight win / Bob Jordan -- Gymnasts take to road for two weekend meets -- Students capture first place wins in union games -- 'Dribbly Drops’ take women's cage title -- Competitive court spirit helps James achieve 'A' in classroom / Bob Jordan -- Track squad ready for Iowa challenge
Photograph(s): News forum: Mrs. Bessie Duggan, panelist, comments on a question while Mel Moorhouse, moderator, expresses a differlug view. / photo by Dean Wagner. p. 1 -- Warren Armstong forces Bradley's L.C. bobble ball. Shocks forced turnovera and ran past the Braves, 112-97, last night. See related story, page 13. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 1 -- Musicians Ensemble: The Chamber Symphony Orchestra of Philadelphia will present a concert Monday at 8 p.m. in the DFAC. Aushel Brusilow, formerly concertmaster of the ’ 'mini-symphony” ensemble. Brusilow and WSU't symphony conductor, James P. Robertson, were fellow students of world famous conductor Pierre Monteux. The recital is open to WSU students and faculty. p. 2 -- Stadium protest: Students disagreeing with the Stadium proposal can sign this petition in the CAC today. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 3 -- Museum of man: Students can see many displays at the new museum, rm. 231, McKinley Hall, 1-5 p.m. daily. / photo by Paul Chauncey. p. 10 -- The one that got away: Shocker Dave Skinner (40) and Jack Matthews (50) try for elusive basketball at Bradley's Rich Rapp (22), Greg Barry (54) and Joe Allan (81) watch. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 13 -- Armstrong goes up for two points and fifth place on the all-time Shocker scoring list. Warren also set a single game assist record of 14 against Bradley. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 13 -- Mike James. p. 15