The Sunflower, v.74, no.12 (October 28, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 28, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Nixon Vietnamization best plan yet, Laird -- Plastics, body stockings blend to create Shakespeare fairyland -- University Senate clarifies by-laws -- Two states to vote on age requirements -- Young Julie finds dream in man's arms -- 4 debaters places at KSTC tourney -- Ex-Major League star Don Lock comes to WSU seeking degree / Bruce Sankey -- 307 miliitary bases to be cut back -- Campus ROTC needs flexibility, compromise -- Stevens petition labled [sic] fraud -- Aviation Education position proposed -- WSU’s 'big city’ professor muses on how he got here / Diane Curtis -- KU coed gives guilty plea on charges of selling LSD -- Student interest low says editor -- Librarian certified -- Joplin jilts Big Brother group to groove out in kozmic kick -- Liberal Arts Council voting set Nov. 7 -- Status of women topic of speeches -- Neff Hall addition contract lists Nov. 12 completion date -- Placement Office compiles data on employer interests -- Kappa Sigma nips Phi Delt team in final minute of play, 6-0 -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- WSU captain seems bowl bait after another top performance / Glenn Meltzer -- Shocker bowlers capture second tourney victory -- Depth of Arkansas wears out Shocks -- Razorbacks fall again to Shocks
Photograph(s): The 'illusion' begins: The Monster talks with the king in a dress rehearsal of Shakespeare's 'The Tempest,' to run Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Wilner Auditorium. p. 1 -- Routine business: The University Senate Monday clarified rules regarding Senate membership before going into executive session for discussion. p. 1 -- After meal nap: Rick Cox, Sunflower business manager, provides a shoulder for little Julie Anne Rapps to rest on before her Monday evening nap. p. 2 -- Dan Lock. p. 3 -- Dr. Gordon Terwilliger. p. 6 -- Janis sings blues: Janis Joplin, who recently jilted Big Brother and the Holding Company, now has a new album and a new group that best compliment her style. p. 7 -- Kappa Sigs konquer: Four men from Kappa Sigma Fraternity move out on a pass play in Monday's tight 6-0 victory over Phi Delta Theta in an intramural football game. p. 10 -- Typical scene: Randy Cayce is stopped after a short gain in the WSU-Arkansas game. p. 12