The Sunflower, v.73, no.40 (March 21, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.40. Wichita, Kansas, March 21, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): WSU space needs, new college considered at Topeka meetings -- Board of Publications endorses Black student newspaper plans / Pat Lackey -- Beer issue defeated at Fort Hays State -- Progress Unlimited endorsed unanimously by Student Senate / Ron Crotty -- Former Kennedy press secretary talks community participation / Dan Bradford -- Student groups seek alliances -- Hootenfroopalous previews spring, summer fashions -- Community structure system conference discussion theme / Ritchie Kunkle -- Business College two-sided -- Two Bit review: Flick 'no masterpiece' / Ritchie Kunkle -- Public service, Kennedy enchants syndicated columnist Mankiewicz / Pat Lackey -- Fees for BSU paper? -- Committee discusses curricla [sic] / Steve Walker -- Our man in Lawrence: Discrimination charged at Holiday Inn / Bill Opperman -- NCVA plans for volunteer army with petition urging support / Kathy Endorf -- Play review: Hitler’s horror depicted in WSU Theatre / Kathy Endorf -- Sarachek featured in ethics discussion -- Penthouse published by dorm students -- Shocker socialights: Spring stimulates Greek activities -- Students contemplate Greek transformation -- WSU sororities frats open Greek Week with workshop -- Wichita’s Board of Education sponsors Afro-History course / Cliff Bieberly -- 'Eyes Right' levels sights at campus ROTC scene -- Kappas rule supreme in intramural field -- Shocker Waliczek sets WSU season Kegler record -- Tracksters to K-State for indoor -- Shocker football practice off to rousing spring start -- WSU 'Back to Campus' diamond spurs 1969 Shock baseball hopes -- Ohioan, Kansans select WSU to further gridiron careers
Photograph(s): Cold stop: German War Machine grinds to a halt on the frozen eastern steppes of Russia in "Private Life of the Master Race. See review, Page 7. p. 1 -- Progress Unlimited: Robert Crim, president of the organization, presents the problem of operating a self=help program to SGA./ photo by Ron Crotty. p. 2 -- Community goals discussed: Russell Brenner, Dr. Herman Lujan, featured speaker, and Mrs. Clarice Harris discuss various aspects of the Urban Studies conference. 4 -- Greek Sing winners: Brenda Cook, Alpha Kappa Alpha, receives the trophy her sorority won as the best sorority in the Greek Sing, Sigma Phi Epsilon was cited as the best fraternity in the sing. p. 5 -- Frank Mankiewicz. p. 5 -- Afro-historian speaks: Dr. James Gray, presents a look at Negro history in the U.S. at the Wichita Board of Education symposium on Afro-history. p. 10 -- Kappa Psi victors: Kappa Alpha Psi picked up the Intramural championship, defeating Kappa Sigs 51-48 Wednesday. / photo by Greg Livingston -- The coaches' touch: Defensive line Dennis Patterson instructs Shocker players on defensive techniques during WSU spring practice. p. 11 -- The glove man: Shocker first base prospect Rod Goldinger warms up for WSU's baseball opener March 59. / photo by Ron Crotty