The Sunflower, v.74, no.20 (December 9, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.20. Wichita, Kansas, December 9, 1969. - 48 pages.
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Article(s): VOC initiates letter campaign to Vietnam -- Steering Committee proposed to regularize, plan University / Ritchie Kunkle -- Daily battle waged: Jackson in Black man's corner fighting discrimination / Bruce Sankey -- Sammy Davis to pick 1970 Yearbook Queen -- Play by Genet shows necessity of illusions -- Eye-catching sculpture display exhibited in McFarland Gallery -- Third guitarist plays Thursday -- New course concept -- Role of civil disobedience divides violence commission -- Minority group demands spawn college tailored to their need -- Movie review: Outlaws fall victim to change / Ruth Durch -- Topeka hosts conference: CYR aids in mock legislation -- Hip, relevant River Tribe seeks effective 'Freeping' -- Journalism grad wins fellowship -- Holiday greetings provide scholarship -- Music professor says teaching more rewarding than performing / Diane Curtis -- WSU coed wins place with Outstanding Young Women -- Italian Club set for 1st meeting; Yanasco to talk -- Alas, history repeats; Huskers edge Shockers -- Pratt star overpowers WSU frosh -- Wichita State seeks to halt loss string -- Gymnasts gain opening victory -- 'Round about campus / Glenn Meltzer -- Coed archers take awards in tourney -- The 1969-1971 Sunflower Newspaper Company almanack [sic] of fashion
Photograph(s): Hero plot: Madame Irma (Myrna Fletcher) and the chief of police (George Sevick) plot the chiefs role as the hero in "The Balcony," set to open Thursday in Wilner Auditorium. p. 1 -- Bobbi Brown. p. 2 -- Shelley Dickinson. p. 2 -- Cindy Hill. p. 2 -- Joan Huff. p. 2 -- Connie Hulse. p. 2 -- Nancy Peterka. p. 2 -- Terry Smith. p. 2 -- Rewarding profession: James Caesar, professor of violin, explains that teaching is rewarding because it means helping someone else. p. 6 -- Poised for point: Greg Carney is poised for a shot from the foul line. The 5-foot-10 senior sank six of seven free throws Saturday against Nebraska. p. 7 -- Archers deluxe: Shown above are Linda Nichols, Karen Campbell, Vince Politte and Jane Breitenback holding trophies. p. 8