The Sunflower, v.73, no.37 (March 11, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.37. Wichita, Kansas, March 11, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): 'Woman Is, Man Does’ offered in unique theatre production / Kathy Endorf -- Faculty insurance fees discussed by Senators / Cliff Bieberly -- 'Free University’ forseen [sic] for WSU / Ron Crotty -- Moral concepts inner-suspended contends Mortar Board lecturer / Fred Steinle -- Force, tact, topics of poetry discussion / Pat Lackey -- SGA to air new pass-fail grading plan -- Dr. Paske set to speak -- Campus beer issue to get vote in Thursday-Friday referendum / Dan Bradford -- Student teaching panel discussions start tomorrow -- Long time coming -- Poster policy -- Campus police receive praise -- 'Et Cetera’ will open week in new 'Kinetic Art’ series -- Grads meet to discuss aid for interdisciplinary action -- Broadway actor says colleges possess finest play audiences / George McHenry -- Film review: 'Love' film offers 'more' / Ritchie Kunkle -- Shriver continues college internships -- Drake earns NCAA playoff berth with 77-73 win over Louisville / Paul Mobiley -- Smith-Beard head choices for all-valley cage squad -- Dromo says strategy to slow Drake failed / Don Worford -- Banks enters 17th season; Signs two-year Cub contract -- Ohio stars ink Shocker grid pacts -- Shocker gymnasts capture 2nd place in MVC contest.
Photograph(s): Communication gap: Ray Dryden and Gale Andrews star in the experimental Theatre production of "Woman is, Man Does,” showing Tuesday through Saturday at 8 p m. in the Pit Theatre, Wilner Auditorium. p. 1 -- Dr. Zelma George. p. 1 -- One more blast: Winter weather staged a comeback in the Wichita area over the week-end which kept most residents off the snow-packed streets. p. 2 -- Residence Hall roundup: Dr. Peter H. Armacost, president of Ottawa University, lectures on "Bridging the Communication Gap" in the Resident Hall Convention held at WSU last weekend. p. 3 -- Look, up in the sky: Bulldog, Al Williams makes tremendous recovery of high pass during the Drake-Louisville clash Monday. p. 7 -- Maury John. p. 8
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