The Sunflower, v.71, no.40 (February 25, 1967)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.40. Wichita, Kansas, February 25, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Students hear professors debate ROTC on campus / Jane Gilchrist -- Press restrictions upheld by political science prof. / Susan King -- Congress listens to motion for frosh leaflets -- No texts around as test nears; Students lament -- Egghead Week concludes as students hear talks / Marilyn Ruggles -- WSU never member of NSA -- Music grant to establish new institute -- Defense Department uses power to call reservists -- University group attends leadership training school -- 'We like it rough,' say Fairmount Street dwellers / Kris Burgerhoff -- Professors await decision by Kansas Supreme Court / Kris Burgerhoff -- New students should advise Draft Board -- On responsibility -- The quorum, plus one: Student government comments / Robert Brent Bettis -- Campus ministers are criticized on recent views in Sunflower -- Crusade for Christ meets opposition from students / Bob Jordan -- Movie review: 'Georgy girl' seen as year's best / J. LaForge -- Annual European Seminar plans to leave June 15 -- WSU frosh was a page -- 'Dylan' to start theater season tonight in Wilner -- Society news: Queen contests, rush highlights, WSU activity -- School debaters enter contests, gather laurels -- Historian conference to meet on campus -- KMU{W quips / Frankie Howard -- Bearcats overpower Shockers; Hot shooting fells 'Short Six' / Steve Gresham -- 'Shock treatments' needed in many WSU cage games / Jim Kinney -- Bob Baker is top gymnast 'industrious, enterprising' / Bob Jordan -- City to improve streets around University area -- Dr. Todd, historian, will speak tonight -- Cardinals invade Field House / Mike Kiser
Photograph(s): Dr. Richard Armstrong and Col. M. L. Denlinger held a debate of the virtue of ROTC on campus last night in the CAC. p. 1 -- Streetcars would almost be at home again on Fairmount Street by just removing the thin layer of cement covering the tracks. p. 2 -- Young Republican leadership training school drew these WSU Young Republican representatives. Shown are (l-r) Max Bolene, Gary Ruedebugh, and Roger Turner in Washington, D.C. with Congressman Garner Shriver. p. 2 -- Director describes European Study Program: Dr. Robert Mood, left, leader of the 1967 European Seminar, and Pam Galbraith, who made the trip previously, explain the many advantages of the study program with the help of travel posters to Pete Galbraith, a prospective enrollee. p. 6 -- Dylan, a play describing events in poet Dylan Thomas' life, begins tonight in the Pit. p. 7 -- Bob Shields stands with the fifth place trophy taken at a debate tournament at the University of Nebraska. p. 8 -- Eye Opener(s): Pat & Mike Melugin, freshmen. p. 8 -- Bob Baker, Shocker gymnast tabbed as best all-around performer on the squad, despite limited time has has for practice sessions. p.10
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The Sunflower
v.71 no.40
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