The Sunflower, v.74, no.12 (November 4, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, November 4, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Seeks support for Vietnam policy: Nixon tells nation of secret plan for withdrawal -- New Regent looking forward to position / Bruce Sankey -- VISTA Team to visit -- Phantom 'Gold Fever’ advocates raid coeds’ dorm beaing [sic] gifts / Dan Bradford -- Britons will debate WSU students Friday -- U.S. Air Force Band to play in Century II -- 'Fight or switch’ -- Senate criticism sparks objection -- Kansans 'wanted' for peace march -- Guitarist set for CAC Thursday -- Goldwater speaker in Lecture Series -- WSU artists show works for Tulsans -- Singers get invited to Vienna Symposium -- Folk duo, students discuss pot, police -- Crafts of Kansan scheduled for display in WSU Gallery -- WSU volunteers help children stress personal relationships / Ritchie Kunkle -- VOC completes drive to increase benefits -- Flying Club development underway -- Four faculty strings planning appearance -- Freep staff arrest to be discussed by CSR Thursday -- Debaters reach two meet finals -- Shockers seek second victory against Eagles / Tony Jimenez -- Harriers claim fourth place -- Kathy Komments: Fury of spectator sports attracts more each year / Kathy Endorf -- 'It's in my blood': Florence may play in majors / Tony Jimenez -- Shocker cagers should improve
Photograph(s): Have faith: President Nixon asked Americans Monday night to support his troop withdrawal policy in Vietnam. p. 1 -- Classical guitarist: Antonio Mendoze [sic] will perform in concert Thursday night in the CAC Theatre as part of WSU's Classical Guitar Series. p. 5 -- On display: Two etchings by Val Christensen are examples of the kind of work accepted at the Tulsa Regional Art Exhibit. p. 6 -- Youth speaks out: Following their Saturday night concert in Henry Levitt Arena, Simon and Garfunkel talked with young Wichitans about social problems. p. 7 -- Personal tough: S-VOLT volunteer Connie Johnson helps child with her reading problems adding the 'big sister' touch stressed in the program. p. 8 -- Dennis Clauder, May break mark. p. 10 -- Jerry Florence. p. 11
Errata: This issue mistakenly numbered 12.