The Sunflower, v.74, no.18 (November 25, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.18. Wichita, Kansas, November 25, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Fines for old student stickers to be refunded by University / Bruce Sankey -- News analysis: No word on education -- 'War game’ is conflict, violence that will 'involve’ participants -- LA Council active in first meeting -- Goal development courses may be offered WSU -- Delta Gammas, Kappa Sigs capture Niteshirt trophies -- Texans nab two debate meet wins -- Double MVP laurels voted at Duncan at grid banquet -- Fee increase necessary -- Moving, distressing drama: Play probes ruthless politicians / Paulette Edmiston -- Spanish clockmaker, Greek gods fare for WSU Opera audience -- Club to sponsor guest talk here by anthropologist -- Dec. 15 Neff Hall completion doubted by WSU officials -- Soviet musician to be featured as guest artist -- 'Round about campus / Glenn Meltzer -- Shocker cage talent to debut in clash with frosh tonight / Tony Jimenez -- Tulsa hands WSU’s freshmen first grid setback of season -- Tulsa big wind falls: Shock defense inhales Hurricane
Photograph(s): Beta ballet: This man of Beta Theta Pi along with other members of his fraternity performed their own rituals for hexing the Hurricane Saturday during the Nite-shirt Parade at Cessna Stadium. p. 1 -- Record holders, old and new: Kenny Lee, left, and Randy Jackson leave the field Saturday at halftime. Jackson broke Lee's rushing mark for one game rushing 211 yards in 27 carries against Tulsa. p. 1 -- Sorority winners: Delta Gamma girls show some of the spirit that won them first place trophy in the sorority division of the Nite-shirt Parade Saturday. p. 3 -- Garvey Award winner: Hal Sanders, left, and Randy Morrow, Abilene Tex., hold the trophies they won in the Shocker Invitational Forensics Tourney. p. 3 -- Randy rambles: Fullback Randy Jackson runs for one of three touchdowns Saturday. p. 8 -- Defense deluxe: Shocker defensive ace Murrell Hays bats away an attempt Tulsa two point conversion. p. 8