The Sunflower, v.72, no.31 (February 20, 1968)
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The Sunflower, v.72 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1968. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Egghead Week kicks off with concert, movie, talks -- Trombonist scheduled for concert -- Draft Board head will explain plan -- Over 200 students sign petition against proposed stadium levy -- Language lab trains students in fluency / Ron Smith -- Cage tickets are unused by students -- 'Select-A-Lecture' set for Thursday -- 9 WSU coeds go to Emporia for ’Cage Day’ -- Fire hazard -- Unwarranted conduct -- Infamy charged to stadium agitants -- WSU-SDS protests inaccuracies -- 'Scorpion’ rises, falters, falls in same semester -- Shockers fall to Memphis State after rambler win / Mike Kiser -- Shockers fall to Memphis State after Rambler win -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- WSU trackmen smash records for second place Iowa finish
Photograph(s): Egghead Week speakers: top to bottom, left; Dr. Harry W. Corbin, Dr. Dan Cestley and Dr. Richard Welsbacher. Center, Dr. Maxwell Malta. Top to bottom, right; Dr. David Farnsworth, Dr. Jackson O. Powell and Dr. Karl Schlesier. / photo by Larry Lund. p. 1 -- And the tape goes on: Peter Zeitner checks out lesson tap in the Language lab. p. 2 -- House of Scorpion intended to be Wichita's version of Greenwich Village coffeehouse, closed its doors less than three months after opening for business. p. 5 -- Destruction unlimited: Evidence of heavy vandalism in the new empty House of Scorpion, located west of the Field House on Hillside. p. 5 -- Jack Matthews. p. 6 -- Fred Burton. p. 7