The Sunflower, v.73, no.27 (February 4, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.27. Wichita, Kansas, February 4, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): 'Urban improvement' theme of seminar -- Peace Corps workers visit WSU; Plan community project-work / Vickie McKissick -- Employes protest against Physical Plant conditions -- 'Night owls' expand educational growth -- Legislators seek to halt campus fury -- Harbarger seeks Kansas YR Chair -- WSU offers Black History in test stage -- Parking space fenced-off for stadium construction -- 'Smoother’ enrollment procedure concern of Registar's Office / Vickie McKissick -- Free Press book exchange off to slow WSU start -- History grant aids course for teaching -- Coed Yates chosen WSU's best-dressed -- Myers and Ator present concerts -- Spurs bring Veterbach to CAC Theatre -- Student warns of air fare hike -- AEC stipend given to cioiogy chairman -- Placement for career field student jobs -- Fashions in spring to be colored kaleidoscope of red, white, blue / Maria Chakales -- February lovers take careful look at gems / Donna Johnson -- Continuing education sponsors TV program -- Pate finds answers locating questions for HEW's survey -- Seven council reps from WSU to attend national conference -- 'Rifles' hold Commanders Conference -- Sunflower staffed by new editors -- Shockers smash six school standards in first track meet -- Dondlinger gets contract for stadium construction -- Optimistic Thompson forsees MVC race realities: 'We're out' / Paul Mobiley -- Jones’ pro football dream taking shape with draft.
Photograph(s): Peace Corps in action: Janeice McConnell devotes time to one of the many little girls at an orphanage outside of Lima, Peru. p. 1 -- Two-hour vigil: I’ve been shoved, trampled, cancelled [sic], counseled and I still have to go through that line. Is It really worth it? p. 3 -- Campus pride: Georgia Yates, of the Delta Gamma sorority, was chosen as WSU's No. 1 claim to fame on the fashion scene Monday night. p. 4 -- Honorary P.R.: Suzie Haymaker, Kansas State coed received her cape and honorary rank of colonel in the Pershing Rifles from Col. Stephen W. Smith in ceremonies held Saturday. p. 9 -- The end to a perfect season: Eddie Kriwiel reflects the trials and hardships of an 0-10 football season that ultimately led to the loss of his head coaching job. p. 10 -- Jimmie Jones. p. 11