The Sunflower, v.74, no.05 (September 30,1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.5. Wichita, Kansas, September 30, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Holmes refuses to pay debt unless policy changes occur -- Docking questions senator's curious use of subpoena -- Vietnam moratorium committee calls for class, work boycott -- Tower pranksters face WSU Police -- Nelson says war no longer has place in today's society -- University Senate nixes studies plan -- Classes get underway at Free U. -- Black professor fights UCLA firing -- Building guides needed -- English hippies buy option on Irish island, plan to build community despite protests -- Student disturbed about chapel use -- Good attendance, good entertainers but unseen difficulties plague CSR / photos by Dave Henry -- New post-graduate Black Studies program announced by Foundation -- Gang attack on grid team brings charge -- Appreciation Day to honor Clymer -- Museum curator to speak before Anthro Club -- Lonely little library 'hidden’ in Jardine -- Wheat harvest beckons coed, spends summer on combine / Kevin Cook - Business seminar set by center -- Ford grants given WSU violin artists -- WSU offers abundant cinema programming -- Findley says world peace is necessity -- Artist seeks oil painting reported lost -- Bob and 'Blue' have pagan wedding rite -- Cooperative reading program inaugurated in elementary school -- Student protestors [sic] face prison term -- State student presidents set conference in Wichita -- Bucks superstar quiet in talk with Sunflower sports writer / Glenn Meltzer -- WSU cross country team finishes 3rd in invitational -- Frosh gridders dump Butler County, 19-6 / Tony Jimenez -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Karate team faces tough competition in tourney -- Shocks catch up football fails as McCutcheon led Rams ramble
Photograph(s): Ron Holmes. p. 1 -- Sculpture?: What appears to be a useless piece of scrap in front of the Art Building is really an esthetic [sic] creation, a man and his dog. p. 1 -- New head: Dr. Bill Nelson is new University Senate head. p. 3 -- Little known: Jardine's little library is known to few on the WSU campus. p. 7 -- On the go: Shocker Kenny Lee beats the Ram pack Saturday at Colorado State. p. 12