The Sunflower, v.74, no.03 (September 23, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.3. Wichita, Kansas, September 23, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Elusive Irish bestow short-lived symbol -- Ahlberg gets Regents approval on College of Health Sciences -- Elections delayed by commissioner -- Foes say sex education 'Scheme’ to take over youth of America / Dan Bradford -- ROTC demonstration SGA meeting topic -- Movie review: 'If' , powerful expression / Ruth Durch -- Laird cuts funds, then cuts forces -- A 'challenge' to Monroe Fordham, coordinator: WSU students can major in Afro-American studies / Vickie McKissick -- Nixon won’t have peace at home until all U.S. troops withdrawn -- Anti-war newsletter brings Navy’s wrath -- President cancels draft call for final two months in '69 -- Wichita local board plans for end of year cutback -- Twelve hour rally to rock, sock war -- Completion date set for Neff expansion / Bruce Sankey -- McGill fights for summer job, earns a reputation as gunman / Kevin Cook -- Educational field services, aim to help Kansas schools -- Old smoking rules have not changed -- Two hundred marchers is new directors [sic] goal -- Kliewer to direct debut of 'Death of Neil Cream' -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Shockers fall 24-0; Colorado State next -- KMUW Radio broadcasts local sports -- Shocker Harriers plan invitational
Photograph(s): The artist's touch: Morrison Hall's tower clock Monday was decorated anew with shamrocks. p. 1 -- Shocker farewell: The Shocker cheerleaders gave WSU's football squad a big send-off Friday before leaving for FSU. p. 1 -- New coordinator: Monroe Fordham is the instructor in charge of Afro-American studies. p. 3 -- It looks a mess now: But construction on Neff Hall North is progressing on schedule. p. 5 -- The bad guy: Bob McGill spent his summer as a Cowtown desperado with his sawed off shotgun. p. 6 -- Wilson at the mike [sic]: Lee Wilson, sports director of KMUW, will broadcast some of Wichita State's varsity and frosh football games this year along with 14 high school games. p. 8 -- Jack Vetter. p. 8