The Sunflower, v.74, no.13 (November 7, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): BSU demands, receives $500 SGA allocation / Dan Bradford -- CSR to refrain from alienation -- Spokesman for Hanoi delegation calls Nixon speech 'pack of lies’-- WSU debaters vie with Britons here -- Moratorium plans near completion -- Enrollment up by 4.3 per cent in 4-year colleges, universities -- Wichita management progressive, Stevens -- Destruction order given by Frizzell for KBI pictures -- No provocation -- Polite unity exists in bitterness toward taunters, human trash -- Bomb scares, rubbish fires, alarms raise tensions at Rutgers University -- Antiwar leaders express anger after Nixon's Vietnam speech -- Mount Sinai: Dead diety [sic] probe pursued / Jay Jones -- WSU prof in search for fossils: Antarctic expedition launched / Vickie McKissick -- Ex-ROTC professor given service medal -- Debate tournament schedules 130 teams -- Group seeking to create voice for conservatives, moderates -- Black Arts lecture by primitive arts prof -- Shocker socialights: Greeks hold pledgings, parties -- VISTA to hold WSU interviews -- Cross country title in MVC shapes up as three-way battle -- Missouri Valley Cage Conference moved to WSU -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Shocker defense to receive stiffest test at North Texas / Tony Jimenez -- Announcer tells history behind 'voice of the Shockers' / Glenn Meltzer
Photograph(s): Ultimatum: Pat Boyd, left, BSU secretary, stands with fellow black [sic] students as she reads a demand for $500 to the Student Senate Tuesday night at the SGA meeting. p. 1 -- Francis Beckett. p. 2 -- Alastair Finlayson. p. 2 -- Artist at work: Antonio Mendoza shows the strain of intense involvement in his music. The artist is the second performer in the Classical Guitar Series which was held in the CAC Theater Thursday night. p. 3 -- John Stevens. p. 3 -- Speech to the nation: President Richard Nixon told the nation Monday night he had a schedule for withdrawing the troops from Vietnam that would be kept secret. p. 5 -- Dr. Paul Tasch. p. 6 -- Meritorious service: WSU President Clark Ahlberg, left pins the non-combat Meritorious Service Medal on Col. M. L. Denlinger Tuesday in Wilner Auditorium. p. 7 -- Protesters picket: Youths carrying National Liberation Front flag picket MIT at Cambridge, Mass., in protest of MIT's involvement in war-related research. p. 10 -- Walker. p. 13 -- [Carl] Nicholson. p. 13 -- Kesterson. p. 13 --[Dave] Robl. p. 13 -- Bob Hayes. p. 14 -- Murrell Hayes. p. 14 -- Sid Cain. p. 14 -- Don Christian. p. 14 -- The Shockers' friend: Gus Grebe, KFH sportscaster known as the voice of the Shockers, feels people like it when he takes a firm stand on a given situation. p. 15