The Sunflower, v.74, no.15 (November 14, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): Widow leads candle-lit march in Washington D.C. moratoriam [sic] -- SGA passes resolution to open police science classes for all / Dan Bradford -- Goldwater to speak her Monday evening -- Credit-no credit causes confusion -- Moratorium activities to include crosses -- Parking problem solutions coming -- Class helps student leaders to work more effectively -- Severe fighting erupts in Vietnam -- The power of dissent -- Senate, House cheer Nixon during unusual in-session talk -- Educational TV here in '70 / Kevin Cook -- Fall space program loses public appeal -- Ratboy's notebooks / Jay Jones -- Once-beautiful Saigon becomes filthy, corrupt through war -- Senator decries demonstrations -- LA dean endeavors to expand college into 'best on campus’ / Bruce Sankey -- Black Art Festival both vocal, visual / Greg Hobson -- Energy, support needed to clean 'fouled nest ’ Dr. Christian says / Bruce Sankey -- Mike Lipe, top notch male singer -- Cost, location cited as housing concerns / Mickey Betz -- Music group honors Pyle in concert -- Faculty names 17 students to compete for fellowships -- Free U stresses doing 'own thing' / Larry Myer -- Artists exhibit in Alabama -- Committee responds to campus conditions -- Prof earns doctorate in Music Ed -- Black author speaks here; Subject to be racial power -- A chat with Mrs. Clark Ahlberg in spacious president's home / Mary Jobe -- New York book curator visits WSU -- Panther lawyer delayed for trial by gall bladder -- Shocker socialights: Social activities include football games -- Hard luck Shockers to vie at Louisville -- Geology, Chem clubs to battle -- Eight week layoff may affect frosh play against Coffeyville -- Footballers wear red stings hoping to break road losses / Glenn Meltzer -- Radcliffe coeds learn basic art of Korean self defense -- Smith to play big role in WSU basketball / Tony Jimenez
Photograph(s): Cold but undaunted: As temperatures dropped these stoic "New Democratic Coalition" demonstrators stood their ground Thursday in front of the draft board office at 211 N. Broadway. p. 1 -- Sen. Barry Goldwater. p. 1 -- Dorm resolution: Joe Spoolman, SGA senator, presents a resolution of Tuesday's SGA meeting calling for a committee to review dormitory budgets. p. 2 -- Art work identified: "Temptation," sculpted by FA Sr. Carl Brodie, appears to the unaware as possibly being a twisted basketball goal. The piece has been displayed on the grass near the sculpture and ceramics department for several weeks and has attracted the attention of many students. p. 3 -- Dr. Paul J. Magelli. p. 6 -- Solemn reminder: Symbolic graves in front of Grace Memorial Chapel on Veterans Day serve to remind WSU students of wars' destruction. p. 6 -- Black Art presentation: Black students present "Plays, Poems, and Prose," Thursday at the CAC Theater as part of the Black Art Series / Greg Hobson -- Place to relax: Dr. Clark Ahlberg, WSU president, spends his leisure time in the family room of the University's presidential residence. p. 11 -- [Bob] Tucker. p. 13 -- [Marvin] Brown. p. 13 -- [Lou] Tabor. p. 13 -- [Don] Longstreth. p. 13 -- Ben Wilson. p. 14 -- Remember to win: WSU cheerleaders remind the Shocker football squad to 'beat Louisville' Saturday by tying some strings to each man's wrist. The "wrist tying" was Wednesday at a send-off rally in Cessna Stadium. p. 14 -- Smith studying: Ron hopes to keep his grades up after academic problems at Colorado. p. 15 -- Common problem: Getting through a door way can be troublesome for a 7 foot 2 man. p. 15