The Sunflower, v.71, no.37 (February 14, 1967)

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The Sunflower, v.71 no.37. Wichita, Kansas, February 14, 1967. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Relief proposed for student fees by Sen. Ribicoff -- Pam Kenney winner in glamour contest / Sandy Winkelmann -- Hippodrome deadline set; No late applications taken -- 2 campus groups set initiation smokers planned -- James Turpin to give 'concern' lecture in CAC -- Campaign is launched to finance delegates -- Press head visits WSU campus today -- House receives bill on students over 65 -- St. Valentine's spirit stems from Europe / Marilyn Ruggles --Young Demos set to hear commissioner -- 2nd College Bowl will hear team of Delta Gammas -- Election nears as local voters rush to register -- World traveling piano team to appear here on Thursday -- Writers Seminar hears ex-head of UCLA speak -- Bookstore dilemma -- College students serve Wichita in Red Cross tutorial program -- Dirty words: The symbol of a new generation -- Problems and policies is conference topic / Kris Burgerhoff -- Jaki will give speech tonight -- 4 professors certified as psychologist -- Novice writes TV script -- AFROTC senior honored -- Cardinals trounce Shocks 90-68, Unseld paves road to victory / Steve Gresham -- Burton vaults 15-6 to win meet -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Shocks take to road to meet Bradley next / Mike Kiser -- Intramural cage tournament set to begin soon -- Dorm cagers to participate in Sportsday -- Cage 'author' Williams speaks out; Conjects on basketball philosophy / Jim Kinney
Photograph(s): Victorious duo: Pam Kenney, Delta Gamma and Linden Brauer, Tri-Delta, are shown here after their triumph in the annual local division of Glamour Magazine's national contest. Judging was based upon grooming and poise. p. 1 -- Gold and Fizdale: European piano team to appear here Thursday. p. 3 -- Carl Williams: Rugged Shocker sophomore has provided needed mid-season lift for Shocker basketball squad. p. 8
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The Sunflower
v.71 no.37
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