The Sunflower, v.73, no.42 (March 28, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.42. Wichita, Kansas, March 28, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): Black Student Union offered alternative / Bruce Sankey -- Workers union shuns underground move / Dan Bradford -- Fall semester editors get rating award -- Instructor evaluation 'slates' will be available to students / Ron Crotty -- New CSR created group, SNU talks of PE, ROTC, CAC / Ron Crotty -- Reapportioning referendum has weak student turn-out -- Film producer Coppala [sic] lectures, shows film as example of art / Ritchie Kunkle -- Eisenhower reaches plateau in battle to sustain life -- Real location of Christ tomb mystery after 20 centuries -- WSU hosts forensic toumey debating begins today -- International group will sponsor weekend -- Film awards to be given at festival -- Instructor observes scientific teaching / Ken Ham -- Apathy: A myth? -- Youth fare in danger: Airline youth fare fate debated -- State schools begin to feel student unrest over rights / Dan Bradford -- Our man in Lawrence: Sit-in at motel gets results / Bill Opperman -- University calendar change cited as hard but plausible -- Math head keynotes convention tonight -- Shocker socialights: Spring activities welcome break -- Cookbook gives suggestions for student culinary efforts / Kathy Endorf -- Fine Arts Festival will begin in April -- WSU cadets to train as air officers -- Chinese-American boy earns perfect score -- 'Young man's fancy' sprouts in spring -- WSU History Department to sponsor European tour -- Demonstrations cause increased bitterness -- HEW issues civil rights memorandum -- Kansas girl attends college settles 32 year old debt -- Criss feels UCCM can instill Christian aims in WSU students / Mogie Langston -- 'Five-year plan' accepted by students at Xavier U. -- Noted poet expounds on short works -- UCCM pastor tells faculty of faiths -- WSU Women to hold tea Wednesday -- Wilson establishes behavior code to benefit football men / Don Worford -- Foursome to carry WSU tennis season burden -- Baseballers open season Saturday -- Thinclads to Arkansas for outdoor opener.
Photograph(s): First signs of spring: Spring is a time of familiar changes. Grass turning green, birds singing, blossoming, flowers, and blossoming romances become increasingly more evident as the season wears on. / photo by Ron Crotty. p. 1 -- Coalition pow-wow: Students for a New University discuss political strategy and a tentative platform for the upcoming SGA elections. / photo by Ron Crotty. p. 2 -- Director speaks: Francis Coppala [sic], San Francisco film-maker-writer-director, lectured last night on various aspects of motion picture production. / photo by Greg Livingston. p. 3 -- And the show dragged on: Senators complaining about their experiences with traffic regulations get a healthy yawn from a fellow senator. / photo by Ron Crotty. p. 4 -- Dress rehearsal: Edo Nkanta leads the practice of an African dance in preparation for the International Club Dinner variety show. / photo by Roger King. p. 5 -- We'll make our own: Even puppy dogs, large and small, find parking a grave problem on campus. / photo by Ron Crotty. p. 7 -- Spring has sprung: Fairmount Park, WSU's fair weather playground, is the scene of this couple's subtle announcement that spring is upon us. / photo by Greg Livingston. p. 11 -- A quiet talk: Two students take advantage of the onset of warm weather for a short chat. p. 11 -- "La Conga": Members of the Spanish Institutes who have been living at Fairmount Towers presented a Spanish dance Tuesday for Fairmount residents. The dance was performed as a farewell gesture from the students who will be leaving for Mexico today. p. 12 -- Fr. Sam Criss. p. 13 -- Young artist: James Tate, 26-year-old author and poet, discusses his works Tuesday in a CAC Program and English department sponsored presentation. p. 14 -- Defensive gem: Halfback Murrell Hayes intercepts a pass for the defense in Shocker scrimmage Thursday. / photo by Greg Livingston. p. 15 -- Tennis ace: Shocker Mervyn Webster heads WSU tennis squad. / photo by Brooks Herndon. p. 16
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