The Sunflower, v.73, no.39 (March 18, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.39 Wichita, Kansas, March 18, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Five tape players recovered, dormitory resident arrested -- Wylie resigns post; Jordan named editor -- Outstanding Greeks are honored Monday at All-Greek convocation -- Health, education, welfare anti-Black stand questioned -- Former CIA agent scheduled tonight for Forum lecture -- Beer-on-campus issue passes by 228 votes / Bruce Sankey -- Urban planning vital as population expands / Dan Bradford -- WSU newsmen select first 'Sweetheart' -- Mathematics seminar to be held at WSU -- Wichita youth given Gore scholarship -- Misplaced Authority -- Pratt charges called 'ridiculous’ -- Yale to adopt new Afro-American curriculum -- Commuter college delegates discuss SGA, student unity / Elaine Records -- Court of Appeals justifies grades -- Spring football sessions ready to start under new Wilson era -- Shockers Carpenter, Henry cop medals in karate open -- Kappa Sig tourney planned for weekend -- Intramural championship Wednesday -- Hank Aaron takes stand on dead ball.
Photograph(s): Property recovered: University Security Chief, Capt. Art Stone and patrolman Bill Tacket examine impounded property valued more than $500. p. 1 -- Top Greek choices: Scott Stucky (left), and Marsha Seger (center) were presented as Fraternity Man and Sorority Woman of the year by Dr. James Rhatigan, dean of students Monday at the All Greek Convocation. p. 1 -- Requirements analyzed: Rick Brown, Craig Turner, and Paul Moline, who star in :The Life of the Master Race," discuss what it takes to be a Nazi. The production opens Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in Wilner Auditorium. p. 2 -- Sunflower Sweetheart [Images in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Lynn Stevens]. p. 3 -- Ben Wilson. p. 7 -- Shocker strongman: Shot putter Tom Holliday leads WSU track contingent as co-captain and consistent first place finisher. p. 8
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