The Sunflower, v.74, no.19 (December 5, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.19. Wichita, Kansas, December 5, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Sidewalks crowded for pre-registration -- Uncle Sam’s No. 1 birthday boy views Army with grim hysteria / Bob Jordan -- Federal funds needed: Financial aid shortage expected / Bruce Sankey -- Speaker questions materialism, expounds on love as limitless / Kevin Cook -- Truth's impact on illusions theme of coming production -- Dinner scheduled to help involve Jewish students -- Sheriff, police officer set to speak for Poly Sci Club -- Two programs on top: Mexican Christmas due on campus -- Townsend resigns for grad work -- 'Truth Center’ needed -- Movie review: 'Faith' is 'Rider's' tragic flaw / Ruth Durch -- Leader of Black Panther Party dies in gun battle with police -- Ratboy's notebooks / Jay Jones -- Plans change under new draft plan -- Withdrawal planning spawns Gl wagers -- New Fine Arts building scheduled to get underway within 2 years / Kevin Cook -- Expert on Western History slated for lecture in CAC -- Shocker socialights: WSU Greeks plan Christmas activities -- Law on marijuana scheduled as panel discussion topic -- Cheerleader selected for national contest -- Student sees U.S. on spirit, not cash -- Dave Beck -- 1969-70 gymnastics team opens season / photos by Chuck Frazier, text by Tony Jimenez -- WSU frosh fall to Butler Juco -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Nationally ranked Aggies crush WSU with second half barrage
Photograph(s): Draft lottery victim: Dave Stone shouts his feelings about winning a guaranteed ticket to the trenches. Stone's birthday was the first drawn Monday night. p. 1 -- GPA blues: Charles M. Carr, Christian Science lecturer tells a WSU audience grades alone should not be the objective of a college education. Deep thinking and spiritual thought should be stressed, he said. p. 2 -- Rev. Tom Townsend. p. 3 -- WSU representative: Gerrie Hungate is WSU's 1970 representative to the Miss Cheerleader USA Contest. The contest is scheduled for Dec. 26 in Cypress Gardens, Fla. p. 8 -- Bet you can't do it: So says freshman Allan Burke as he executes a free exercise movement. Burke is from Wichita Heights and is due to see a lot of action for this year's gymnastic team. p. 9 -- Time for a swim? A former Marine, Jim Hughes from Wichita East should blossom into a consistent performer this year. p. 9 -- Veteran performer: Senior Bob Carroll is expected to provide the gymnasts with leadership. p. 9 -- Kingsley's best: Junior John Kingsley adds depth to the rings. He and Carroll are the top prospects. p. 9 -- Only one of many: An all-around performer, Jerry Bede is a valuable man to the Shocks participating in all six events. p. 9 -- Mervyn Webster. p. 10 -- Mike Karas. p. 10 -- Lynn Duncan. p. 10 -- Benton's best: Sophomore Terry Benton pumps in a jump shot in the Oregon game in which the Shocks won by a 97-84 score. Benton was the leading scorer with 26 points. WSU faces another home contest at the arena on Saturday at 8 p.m. against the Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Eight Conference. p. 11