The Sunflower, v.74, no.17 (November 21, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 21, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Regents approve fee hike for fall term -- WSU budget requests slashed; Docking to assess curtailment / Bruce Sankey -- Hatfield discusses 'crisis of spirit' -- Dorm resolution carry: Senate revives national issues / Dan Bradford -- Budget cut dangerous -- Stage is only creative outlet for writer, guest actor says / Jay Jones -- Charges dismissed against Freeper -- Agnew pelts press, cites growing monopoly in media -- Ratboy's notebooks / Jay Jones -- Play review: 'Star-spangled Girl' light, hilarious / Paulette Edmiston -- Next men to get draft call may be picked by lottery -- WSU debate hosts 156-team tourney -- Frats, sororities preparing for Niteshirt spectacular -- FAA official tells Flying Club aviation due for more rules / Diane Curtis -- Donor recruiters may win money -- Residence halls gain voice in budgeting -- Ad hoc committee now preparing Interdisiplinary [sic] Studies proposal -- National underground press seek articles by students -- Shocker socialights: Sigma Chi house welcomes Sen. Goldwater -- Roots of Black Power lie in deep desire for freedom -- Library promotion group’s objective -- Shockers to use lost breath against Hurricane / Tony Jimenez -- Novelty of ancient competition attracts students to fencing / Virginia McKissick -- Volleyball meet set at Henrion -- Shockers suffer bowling defeat -- Speaking of sports / Yony Jimenez -- Shoe bank well heeled for visitors / Greg Hobson -- Kapaun alumni grid contest to debut at O’Shaughnessy
Photograph(s): Impersonation: Bud Dingman uses a voice control technique while talking to his boss in Experimental Theatre's production of 'The Star-spangled Girl. p. 1 -- Guest speaker: Sen. Mark Hatfield spoke before the Wichita Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday. p. 8 -- Dr. Joseph Washington Jr. p. 9 -- [Sid] Cain. p.10 -- [Randy] Cayce. p.10 -- [Lynn] Duncan. p. 10 -- [John] "Gregory. p. 10 -- [Jack] Hunt. p. 10 -- [Kenny] Lee. p. 10 -- [Bob] Nicks. p. 10 -- [John] Payor. p. 10 -- [Mike] Westhoff. p. 10 -- Touche: Two coed practice the fundamentals of swordsmanship. The Phys. Ed. Dept. offers coeducational courses in fencing. p. 11 -- Shocker sole: WSU's new poly turf has created a need for special shoes to be worn by teams playing here. Above is pictured the old model conventional show [sic] and pictured below is the new poly turf brand. p. 12