The Sunflower, v.74, no.06 (October 7, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.6. Wichita, Kansas, October 7, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Local groups plan moratorium observance / Sue Pearce -- Landon attends WSU Media Day, offers views on world scene / Bruce Sankey -- Voter apathy marks frosh elections; Voting continues -- Admissions dean to participate in placement study -- Opposing wings within SDS heading for confrontation -- Black literature now available -- Stepping stone to future -- Michigan students call strike -- Nelson’s anti-war speech praised -- Clymer Is honored at WSU Media Day -- Flash cards build support for team -- Two productions set for WSU Opera -- Senator to speak to Poli Sci Club -- Internatinonal [sic] Club goal understanding -- Education dean announces off-record talk sessions -- Book seminar to be held in Century II -- Diplomacy fellowship offered for grads -- First series speech by President Ahlberg -- Responsive Learning Center now available -- Mummy talk set for Thursday’s Anthropology Club -- 'Laurel and Hardy' show scheduled at Twin Lakes II -- S-VOLT meeting set for today in CAC -- Bethel Club will parade against war -- Pacifism gets defense from UCLA man -- Thompson’s late score hands Texans 24-14 win over WSU -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Freshman records career best in OSU cross country meet -- Golfers miss first place by 1 stroke
Photograph(s): Cold staffer: Kevin Cook, Sunflower staff writer, was bundled up and fighting off the first chill of winter Monday morning as he walked to work. p. 1 -- Landon's view: Bruce Sankey, Sunflower staff writer, interviewed Alf London, right, about world affairs Saturday at Media Appreciation Day. p. 2 -- Outstanding guest: Dr, Clark Ahlberg, WSU president, left, presents a proclamation honoring Rolla Clymer, center, a long-time editor and publisher of the El Dorado Times, Saturday. p. 5 -- New technique: A student at the Responsive Learning Center gets aid with new computer techniques. p. 7 -- Looks can be deceiving: Although the picture above seems to indicate a full house at Cessna Stadium Saturday, only 15,145 fans turned up for the WSU game. p. 11 -- Tough road: Shocker fullback Randy Cayce, 30, meets a barrage of West Texas State linemen in his ground-gaining effort. p. 11 -- Bob Renner. p. 12 -- Ray Old Person. p. 12