The Sunflower, v.74, no.11 (October 24, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 24, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Stevens sidesteps explanation of reasons for Stucky recall / Dan Bradford -- Six arrested for selling 'Freep’ at Butler County Junior College / Kevin Cook -- Wylie tells newsman of 'lonely crusade' -- Campus vets push G.l. benefits issue -- Construction projects approved by Regents -- Crestview Clubhouse deeded to University in Building Commission action Tuesday -- Education in cities probed by author / Vickie McKissick -- 'No sale' -- Stevens should give all motives -- Black college presidents meet to structure crises measures -- Movie review: Young talent moves message / Ruth Durch -- Problems of urban dwellers topic of non-credit class -- Heads of private colleges seek speedier war pullout -- Official Vietnam death total hits 38,823 in October -- Group will present U.N. Day program -- Professor views new trend to teaching, not dictating -- Experiment discloses man's irrationality -- Regents say facility costs will go up -- Four Wichita schools stated for Band Day -- Work-study program provides part-time student employment -- Mortar Board plays host to Section 16 Convention -- Reilly set to speak to psych. seminar -- Ghost film set in CAC for occult -- Fall enrollment total hits record level -- Shocker socialights: Additional fall pledge officers announced -- New movie house opens in Wichita -- Logopedics kids’ party set -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Shocker football squad faces awesome task in Arkansas -- Old Person. Robl expected to pace cross country run / Stan McAhern -- Swimmers initial meet set Saturday against Kansas -- Kappa Sigs, Phi Delts to battle in intramural football finals -- Women bowlers win 10 games, Garner first
Photograph(s): Senate meets: Student Senate asked Tuesday night that Mary Lynn Stevens reveal her reasons for wanting Scott Stucky recalled from office. p. 1 -- El Dorado arrests: Nick Mork, editor of the Free Press, is approached by a buyer shortly before his arrest Tuesday at Butler County Junior College. p. 1 -- Zap!: Clark Brittain's Design III research project featured advertising campaigns in the CAC lobby last Friday to determine students' reactions to visual-aid art. p. 7 -- Dave Robl. p. 11 -- Splish splash: WSU's women's swimming team practices for its first meet Saturday at Height High against Kansas University. p. 12