The Sunflower, v.73, no.44 (April 15, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.44. Wichita, Kansas, April 15, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Bond to speak tonight on 'New Political Coalition’ -- Campaign posters defaced, destroyed -- Directions of Black conscience move toward 'power, peace’ / Steve Walker -- Students placed on three committees -- WSU Army-Air Force honor coeds -- WSU Sandwich Symposium to hear lecture on Chile -- Issues '69 set -- CAC bomb scare sets off search -- Urban Conference features KU dean -- Head of D.C. Urban League to speak here on Saturday -- LA College schedules meeting to establish communications -- Logopedics Conference to open here Friday -- 'Unity, oneness' basic for Baha'is / Ritchie Kunkle -- Lectures set by visitor from England -- 'Vision sans sound’ sign of film future / Jerry Clingerman -- Vets on Campus slate pre-finals’ picnic for May 11 -- 'One World' to be topic of lectures - Three to compete for SGA Prexy -- Election commissioner predicts 3,500 turnout for '69 elections -- Stucky’s the one -- Black Student Union candidates' major objective: Form assembly to set policies affecting students / Ron Crotty -- University must make massive effort to create better society, says BSU -- Progressive, practical program: Goals for Stucky: Ideas, innovations, improvements --SNU Platform: 'A dream within reach’ -- Stucky seeks presidency without backing of party / Bruce Sankey -- Brother-to-brother relationship sought for administration, SGA / Pat Lackey -- Pro. Rep. candidates give campaign views -- Students in business eye Senate positions -- Sophomore seeks dorm rep. position -- Engineering seat sought by Jones -- Candidates for SGA cabinet, class officer spots, give views -- Candidates for LA seats offer viewpoints on issues -- 'Sweetheart’ involved in Black movement -- Gold Key to initiate 132 members -- Students in education seek Senate posts -- Football fans to see green grass again with new synthetic turf -- Intramural sports program readies for 'Spring Thing' -- WSU Flying Club hits spot, bombs K-State in contest -- Baseballers break blanks, still lose -- Shockers dominate field at OCC meet.
Photograph(s): Julian Bond. p. 1 -- Chester I. Lewis. p. 1 -- Vandals strike: Approximately 80 posters promoting SGA candidates were torn from buildings and trees over the weekend. / photo by Greg Livingston. p. 1 -- Military royalty: Donna Jo Brown reigns as the Army Sweetheart and Linda Schultz as Honorary Air Force Cadet at the Military Ball Friday. p. 2 -- 'Fat Steve ready': SGA Electioner Steve Davies (affectionately known as Fat Steve) has his ballot boxes locked and ready for this week's SGA elections. p. 5 -- Sunflower Sweetheart: Quite a girl: Jean Huff Seeks to define her role in society as a Black woman. p. 10 -- New turf: Shocker Head Coach Ben Wilson samples new synthetic grass to be installed at the new Cessna Stadium. / photo by Ron Crotty -- Ping pongers: WSU ping pong champs are shown (left to right) Randy Herron, 2nd place Frat, Joe Fusco, 2nd place Independent, Dennis Welchel, 3rd place Frat, and Fred Jamney, Independent champion. Not shown are Jeff Corbin, Frat champ and Joe Wang, 3rd place Independent. The tourney was held in CAC Recreation Center. / photo by 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. Ann Ireland. p. 12