The Sunflower, v.74, no.10 (October 21, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.10. Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Cigarette machines on campus for first time in six years / Elaine Records -- Campaign to oust Stucky underway -- Ecstatic Umbrella branching out to tackle more youth problems / Bob Jordan -- 176 finish peace march: Bethel marchers open dialogue -- SGA to meet tonight, absenteeism checked -- Kinetic Art film series this week -- Awaken sleeping prexie -- Baby denied free pass to game -- Salty, crusty Janis to sing on campus -- Urban Study course offered -- Crystalinity lecture set next week -- British students to compete in debate -- Duerken to step down as Dean of WSU College of Fine Arts -- Symphony to dedicate next performance to Robertson -- University Singers will hold fall concert Oct. 28 at DFAC -- Omicron Delta takes 10 new members -- 'Simon and Garfunkel’ to sing here Nov. 1 -- 'Theatre and illusion' selected for University Theatre theme -- Area high school journalists meet -- Mickel says moral inspiration no job for Religion Department / Kevin Cook -- Ex-Juco mates battle Saturday -- favored Kappa Sigs lose to Betas, 12-0 -- Roy Old Person gets third, team takes second place -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Karate Team claims second in all-college tournament -- Wichita State drops MVC game, 21-14 -- High scoring contest due to special skills
Photograph(s): New sight on campus: Campus cigarette machines like this one are now in use in the CAC following action of the Board of Regents allowing such sales on state campuses. p. 1 -- 'The Tempest': Rehearsals are now underway for the University Theatre’s first promotion, ‘The Tempest.' See page 9 for story. p. 1 -- Weary marcher: Wearing black armbands to mourn the dead in Vietnam, marchers like this one walked from Newton to the 81 Drive In Theater Saturday. p. 2 -- Shocker rally: The cheerleaders gave WSU's Shocker football squad a rousing send-off Friday before the team left for Cincinnati. p. 7 -- Wichita engagement set: Paul Simon, left, and Art Garfunkel, popular folk-rock singers will perform Saturday, Nov. 1 in the Henry Levitt Arena. p. 8 -- Cagers open drills: WSU began basketball practice last Wednesday with eight lettermen returning. The first game is Dec. 2 against Oregon. p. 12