The Sunflower, v.74, no.07 (October 10, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, October 10, 1969. - 20 pages.
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Article(s): Five finalists up for Queen in Homecoming election / Mike States, photos by Dave Henry -- Homecoming activities to begin tonight with pep rally, bonfire -- People and homecoming -- ’ Backlash’ views short-sighted -- University planners undecided about Crestview development / Bruce Jankey -- Draft board attacks under investigation -- New Neff building hits complications -- 23 students honored: Who's who recognizes achievers -- Library director resigns position -- Senate allocates $600 to CSR defeats moratorium resolution / Dan Bradford -- Today last chance to vote on cigarette, constitution -- Block Weekend begins tonight with exhibit -- Haeston is appointed collections curator -- Poor voting turnout elects frosh prexy / Bonfire parade to kickoff WSU Homecoming Festivities -- Nichols, Cox to hold spotlight Homecoming concert Saturday -- Student prexies to discuss goals -- Rally, teach-in, vigil planned: Local groups to protest war peacefully / Dan Bradford -- Tale of 'Mummy Lake' told to WSU Anthropology Club / Larry Dye -- Shocker socialights: Greeks to hold Homecoming activities -- Mixed panel to begin discussion during Parents Day seminar -- Spanish faculty to participate at Southwestern -- Self-styled revolutionists are hazards to academic objectives -- State Senator Robinson says legislature is rich man's club / Vickie McKissick --Community play production stars University instructor -- Eight students now enrolled in Nursing -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Aggies’ rushing artist James should provide thrills for fans -- Wichita State football view given by woman grid fan / Glenn Melzer -- 1968 Most Valuable Shocker is 'just a great football player' / Glenn Meltzer -- Shocker runners travel to Kansas -- Success was only acceptable answer: Cessna Stadium took more than just dreaming
Photograph(s): Homecoming photos by Dave Henry: Kathleen Dolan. p. 2 -- Bonnie Johnson. p. 2 -- Harriet McCallop. p. 2 -- Jan Snyder. p. 2 -- Wylene Wisby. p. 2 -- Attentive listeners: Ron Holmes, CSR chairman, and Roger Grantham, a spokesman for the New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, listen to SGA discussion concerning the Vietnam moratorium p. 7. -- Black is beautiful: One of these fine girls will be Black Homecoming Queen at the 2nd Annual Black Cultural Weekend at WSU. The five are, left to right: Dianne Downs , Carolyn Morris, Wendeline D. Wofford, Vicki Payne, and Patricia Dehart. p. 8 -- Student laborers welcome alums, parents to Homecoming -- Only his own work: Chet Nichols is one of this year's Homecoming concert performers. A composer and singer, Nichols performs only his own work. p. 12 -- Series debut: President Clark Ahlberg opened the Distinguished Resident Scholars Series Tuesday night in the CAC Theater. p. 16 -- Future profootballer?: Expected to make a genuine bid in the professional football ranks after graduation this spring is senior captain Lynn Duncan. p. 19