The Sunflower, v.73, no.26 (January 10, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.26. Wichita, Kansas, January 10, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): San Francisco State factions locked in struggle for power -- Stadium, ombudsman Senate's contributions -- Campus drive for Biafrans comes to end -- Federal grant will finance history study -- Civic Center opens Saturday; WSU 'Evening of Music’ Jan. 17 / Bruce Opheim -- Opening of expanded bookstore marks phase 1 of CAC growth -- Interaction promotes city, school growth -- English chairman resigns from WSU for Drexel post -- Best-dressed WSU coeds to be chosen -- Grad fellowship in social science to be awarded -- Governor names Wichitan to state Board of Regents -- 'Royal Hunt of the Sun’ next theatre offering -- Experimental congregation on campus -- Disagreement arises in SDS over plans for inauguration -- Long-range planning? -- TAs seen as 'forgotten faculty’ -- Nixon seen from abroad as 'unknown' -- Rings, flings and things: Second semester plansmade -- CAP Cadet of Year Award won by engineering student -- Figures help reveal 'average' student -- Bandsmen 'sweeten-up' WSU campus -- NSF grant spurs study in physics -- 'Man, molecules' will be topic of naval chemist -- Bulldogs squeeze past Shocks on timely last minute heroics -- Various activities planned for women's PE department -- Washington to finish career during break / Paul Mobiley -- Gymnasts go Texas style for battle -- Sitzskiing offers safe, easy way to 'attack' slopes this winter.
Photograph(s): Final flurry: Student prepares for first semester final examinations, which begin Monday and continue through Saturday. p. 1 -- Century II: Wichita Civic Cultural center opens Saturday, with Gov. Docking's inauguration scheduled Monday. p. 3 -- Bookstore expansion: Spacious area in recently completed portion of CAC provides much-needed display space. p. 4 -- Guest star: Judd Jones (center) in featured upcoming Community Theatre production, "The Royal Hunt of the Sun." p. 6 -- Ready for finale: Ron Washington, the Shockers' top scorer and rebounder has two games remaining in his college basketball career. p. 14 -- Sitz skiing: Olympic champ Jean-Claude Killy enjoys one of America's fastest growing winter sports. p. 15