The Sunflower, v.74, no.22 (December 16, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.22. Wichita, Kansas, December 16, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Nixon announces new withdrawl [sic] of troops to number 50,000 -- Sounds of contemporary rock will give new flair to convo -- Lottery system questions to be answered Wednesday -- Mellowness characterizes moratorium -- Trustees approve loan fund hike -- Rowan says Atomic Age causing powerful problems for America / Bob Jordan -- Conscience pf a conservative: Dole throws away speech, backs Agnew -- Wheatshocker changes old housing policies -- December moratorium ends; Demonstrations peaceful -- Misuse of funds clouds future of education program -- Education office announces new funding aid for Jucos -- Low-income mothers to receive middle-income baby training -- Debaters take title in Missouri tourney -- Shockers silence proud roars drop Wildcats in their tracks -- Greg Carney, hottest item on Shocker basketball menu -- Frosh Shocker leaves 'Cats purring for familiar ground -- MVC cage rate favorite anybody's guess this year -- Carroll wins, but Shockers lose
Photograph(s): Christmas decorations at Wichita Riverside Park. p. 1 -- Pilgrims convo: The Pilgrim 20 will be adding a new dimension in sound to the annual Christmas Convocation providing contemporary rock music for the occasion. All 10:30 classes will be dismissed Wednesday. p. 2 -- Parnassus royalty: Joan Huff was crowned Parnassus Queen Saturday night during halftime ceremonies at the K-State WSU basketball game. Joan was selected from a field of 10 candidates by Sammy Davis Jr. p. 3 -- International Queen: Siripen Kattapongse of Thailand was crowned International Queen Saturday night at the International Club's annual Christmas party. p. 7 --Pitted in battle: Wildcats Eddie Smith (13) and Jerry Venable (45) go airborn [sic] against Shockers Terry Benton in a battle for the rebound during Saturday's game in the Roundhouse. p. 10 -- One of the best: Greg Carney has become synonymous withe WSU basketball. p. 11 -- Cheerborn: Greg Carney's offspring, Greg Jr., get a hand with his Shocker cheering equipment from varsity cheerleader Mark Eaton at Saturday's K-State-WSU basketball game. p. 12