The Sunflower, v.73, no.28 (February 7, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.28. Wichita, Kansas, February 7, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): Regents' failure to act sparks dissenters to stage 'drink-in' -- Holmes' statement -- Virginia offense coach accepts challenge of WSU football woes / Paul Mobiley -- Rhatigan calls beer 'drink-in’ attempt to disrupt authority / Cliff Bieberky -- Student knifed in struggle with would-be auto bandit -- Pianist Utterbach to play March of Dimes benefit -- 'Ethics in science’ discussion set to unfoid Canterbury Week -- FCC proposes total ban on radio, TV smoking ads -- Sunshine dimmed by court ruling -- Biack Student Union to try for fresh new spring start -- Continuing Ed will conduct informal evening sessions -- WSU Theatre begins year with spoof -- Honorary groups to hold concerts Monday in DFAC -- New CAC areas open to students -- 'Prowling ground' expanded, improved for students -- Voters consistently say no: Voting issue moves slowly through quarter century -- Ethical considerations necessary in science -- Baha’i elects new officers for semester -- CAC features play spoken in German -- Drink-in dilemma -- Markley shuns local SDS policy -- Brothers give-up after double murder on UCLA campus -- SCOPE organizer quits school; Won't cooperate on Moline bill / Cliff Bieberly -- Mikrokosmos bringing out April edition -- Free U. spring term offers activism, ethics -- Guyanian Peace Corps worker makes observations on America / Vickie McKissick -- Kreitsky presents 'textile art’ today / Ritchie Kunkle -- Shocker Socialights: Open rush to begin with convo -- KMUW to featureTheatre of the Air -- VOC retains officers; Vote validity unsure --Chinese-Americans dine in Newman -- Newcomers' UC program open to all -- Braves edge Shockers, 87-85 in mysterious see-saw battle -- Obsture WSU bowling squad 'coming on strong' in play -- Wilson (third coach-third year) takes on 'challenge, adventure' -- Frosh rack Panthers, 81-70 on work of Benton, Crist -- Official rites for expansion today at 3:30 -- WSU's karate tandem to U.S. championships.
Photograph(s): To drink or not to drink: Failure of the State Board of Regents to act on the CAC "beer resolution" has sparked dissent among members of the Committee for Student Rights. p.1 -- New head coach: Ben Wilson assumes responsibilities as head football coach explains his program to a prospective players. p. 1 -- Benefit perfromer: Joe Utterbach, renown concert pianist, will play for the March of Dimes benefit sponsored by WSU' Spurs, Saturday night at the CAC Theatre. p. 2 -- My friend the iceberg: Tod Schidler, 5609 E. 13th is probably the only man in the world who grows icebergs right in his own backyard. p. 4 -- 'Prowling ground' expanded, improved for students. p 5 -- John Exeter. p. 11 -- The 'Big 0'?: Nope. WSU's Greg Carney pumps two of his 29 points scored against Bradley Thursday night. p. 14 -- Getting ready: Broad jumpers Tom Kincaid (left) and Nate Pratt, who also double as sprinters, get things together for a promising 1969 Shocker track season. p. 15
"See Editorials, Pages 8-9"