The Sunflower, v.72, no.33 (February 27, 1968)

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The Sunflower, v.72 no.33. Wichita, Kansas, February 27, 1968. - 8 pages

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Article(s): WSU receives $83,000 in gifts; Far exceeds past years’ total -- Scholar to probe society's dissent -- Draft call will soar to 48,000 in April -- 'Marat/Sade' will open Thursday -- Debaters win two tournament firsts -- Artist Series to feature 7 musicians -- Large colleges produce more fluent linguists says Harvard / Bill Stegmar -- Demonstrations not contrary to idea of academic communities -- Two colleges will host high school administrators --Drug conference set for K-State through March 15 -- Flying Club will meet Sunday, 2 p.m. -- Cutler receives Fulbright grant -- Highway robbery -- Full disclosure -- As an outsider: Beards seen in stylish comeback / Ron Smith -- Expansion deemed necessary -- Draft resolution set for WSU vote Friday -- Broadcasters plan three scholarships to be awarded -- 200 march to City Hall in protest -- Sunflower survey -- Literary magazine extends deadline for spring issue -- Shocks edge battling Ramblers; .500 season hopes remain alive / Mike Kiser -- Baby Shockers defeat Colby Juco for 10th victory -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Shocks drop 6th gym meet / Bob Jordan -- Pole vault, relay efforts WSU Federation highlights
Photograph(s): Armstrong battles: Shocker senior played his last home game as WSU defeated Loyola, 95-92, last night. See related story, page 7. / photo by Ron Wilson. p. 1 -- Tense scene: Students shown in rehearsal for Marat/Sade, WSU Theatre in Revolt production opening Thursday evening in Wilner Auditorium. p. 1 -- Demonstration: Wichitans shown signing up for public housing following March to City Hall by pro-public housing groups. p. 5 -- Jack Matthews: Shocker tried to get off shot as Ramblers Ceak Cannon (41) and Corky Bell (22) moved defensively. / photo by [Ron] Wilson. p. 7 -- Bob Carroll shows form which earned him first place in rings event, Saturday. Carroll also took side horse honors. p. 8