The Sunflower, v.74, no.09 (October 17, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): 'Bring’ em Home’: 1,500 brave cold for WSU war moratorium rally / Dan Bradford -- Petition initiated to oust Stucky -- 'Peace on Earth’ foreign policy proposed by teach-in speaker -- Band Day to have best attendance -- Nixon draft scheme gets committee nod -- Clergyman assists Blacks, is fired -- Team tours campus, on to airport -- Nixon pulling strings -- Pullout may cause blood bath -- Legislation is passed outlawing SGA action on national issues / Dan Bradford -- KBI takes pictures, demonstrators pray -- First class rating won by Sunflower -- March of Dimes honors WSU freshman coed -- Patriotic students question K-State moratorium activities -- Youthful leaders vow to continue -- Post-doctoral grads sought -- Young Conservatives oppose SOS regime -- Maryland group plans to exhibit graphics in CAC -- Priest gets ax supporting Blacks -- Continuing Education to offer 110 new non-credit courses -- Contest set for beard in Wichita -- Going away to school means forsaking faithful old pooch / Kathy Endorf -- Class to examine effect of college political ads -- Citizens create 'City of Flags’ in Kansas town -- Pianist be presented in recital -- Shocker socialights: Greeks keep busy with annual activities -- Conference slated by Continuing Ed -- Shocks will travel to Cincinnati seeking 1st Missouri Valley win -- Runners to host triangular meet -- The champs? How about the Mets? -- Four remain undefeated in grid play -- Bowlers to hold tourney in CAC -- Ex-quarterback learns other end of football / Glenn Melzter -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- WSU entered in karate tourney
Photograph(s): Gesture interrupted: Phil Endlich was interrupted by campus policeman John Davis Wednesday when he attempted to lower the flag in honor of the Moratorium. p. 1 -- Deed is done: WSU was deeded the old Crestview Country Club house last week by the Wichita Public Building Commission. p. 3 -- Signs of protest: Observers of the Moratorium made protest signs expressing their opposition to the war in Vietnam for Wednesday's rally. p. 4 -- WSU joins nationwide moratorium for Vietnam Dead / photos by Chuck Frazier. p. 5 -- Interested onlooker: Mary Lynn Stevens, the grand old lady of the Senate, watched Tuesday's Student Senate. p. 6 -- Janet Sue Mark. p. 8 -- First in series: Classical guitarist Richard Johnson played the first in a series of concerts to run at WSU. p. 9 -- Happy Hector: Hector, Brennan's mascot, has a case of "Gold Fever." p. 12 -- ex-quarterback: Sophomore Johnny Taylor began his football ventures at the quarterback position. p. 15 -- Tournament contenders: Roger Carpenter and Craig Henry are expected to be top contenders in the All-College Karate Tourney. p. 16