The Sunflower, v.73, no.43 (April 11, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.43. Wichita, Kansas, April 11, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): 'International Week at WSU’ declared by President Ahlberg / Pat Lackey -- 'Fat Steve' issues rules to candidates -- Black legislator bond will speak Tuesday -- Outgoing SGA president urges promptness by new senators --Students to teach underprivileged -- New LA Dean views job with optimism / Dan Bradford -- K-State coed reportedly kidnapped -- Shoplifting problem for WSU Bookstore / Bruce Sankey -- Kansas University Urban Plunge -- Wichita Model Cities program 'comprehensive,’ says Ordway / Pat Lackey -- First annual film festival continues through Saturday -- State SGA proposal endorsed by Senate / Ron Crotty -- Baha'i Club sponsors Youth Week -- Four coeds selected as finalists -- Student nigger idea questioned by Farber / Dan Bradford -- Three-day music, art show claimed to be non-political -- Old friends, admirers pay regards to Ike / photos by Corky Brandon and Ron Crotty -- Selective persecution -- Right to 'read,' 'look' at home guaranteed by Supreme Court -- Action urged on bond issue -- Today's very dirty word was colonial legal charge -- Want federal financial aid? Steer clear of demonstrations -- Shocker socialights: Travel, parties fill Spring Break -- Irish students demand special Gaelic rights -- 'Struggle ain't ended': Strike over, but issues remain on S.F. State campus -- Brass quintet set for Tuesday concert -- Blacks jailed after unrest hits campus -- 'Blacks of Plains' forthcoming book -- WSU's Physical Plant director discusses operations, obstacles / George McHenry -- CBS reaffirms opposition to centralized censorship -- 'Calvinism Today’ scheduled for discussion by Free U / Vickie McKissick -- Racism play investigates Black plight -- Prep standouts from Oklahoma sign football letters of intent -- Gridders return in top condition -- Mendell to receive NCAA postgrad award -- Wee Shocks surprise crowds in city gymnastics tourney -- Shocks to Texas, Okla. for dual weekend relays.
Photograph(s): Proclamation: Dr. Clark Ahlberg (center) presents members of the International Club with a document proclaiming today and Saturday "International Weekend at WSU." p. 1 -- Farewell address: John Tatlock ends his year long reign as SGA president with a final address to the Student Senate. (See story page 2). p. 1 -- Uninhibited: When the people connected with Campus Crusade for Christ have something to say, they don't pull any punches. p. 3 -- Dr. Paul Magelli. p. 3 -- Sales pitch: Big head, Dr. Carroll (left) quips, "Yes, but full of brains" replies the salesman as shows off his line of gowns for faculty members. p. 4 -- Uncaptioned photographs of a Dwight David Eisenhower's procession and funeral. p. 7 -- New lighting: New lights on sorority row make it possible for students to see who's mugging them. p. 9 -- Complaints, complaints: Armin Brandhorst, Physical Plant director works under inadequate budget and has need of more employees. p. 13 -- WSU racketeers: The Shocker tennis squad (left to right) Mervyn Webster, who hasn't lost a set this season, Coach Dr. Elles West, Dan Spies, Steve Jobst and Ken Wetzel sport a 3-5-1 record for the young tennis season. p. 16
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