The Sunflower, v.73, no.45 (April 18, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.45. Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): Vandenberg, Stucky clash at 'Issues '69’ discussion / Bruce Sankey -- Election commissioner says voter turnout disappointing -- Penalty phase begins Monday: Sirhan convicted of murder one -- Sculpture department to give free weekend 'Light Show' / Ritchie Kunkle -- Wichita Film Festival prizes awarded amateur artists -- 'Evening with Jones' to premiere Sunday -- Institutional religion losing ground now / Pat Lackey -- Coeds must pucker on porch; Rules say no lobby smooching / Geroge McHenry -- Mexico-U.S.students to meet here -- Dr. Woodard now member Public Utility Tax Committee -- Bookstore manager says book prices maligned, misunderstood / Bruce Sankey -- Bond tells of White problem in warfare, not welfare state / Pat Lackey -- College enrollment up in '68 -- 'La Boheme' features NYC stars, director -- Communicate or alienate? -- Play review: 'Evening with Jones' exciting! / Paulette Edmiston -- Reader questions 'Sweetheart's' politics -- Dissident students continue disruptions -- Sociology head seeks solutions for urban America's problems -- Scholarship Fund to get proceeds -- Theory of personal racism to be discussed in series -- Infantile radicalism denounced; Sociologist fears social apathy / George McHenry -- Postal Service here has patronage woes / James Reece -- Vanilla Fudge to appear in Wichita -- Logopedics to host regional conference -- Holmes tells Baha’is "all men not equal" / Kathy Endorf -- Shocker socialights: Spring parties highlight weekend -- Minotaur to reopen; Designed for student / Ron Crotty -- Dr. Baumgart speaks here Monday eve -- Spurs accept thirty-one freshmen women Saturday -- Gaddle calls first no hitter in WSU history collective Shocker victory / Don Worford -- Confident Shocks trek to 44th Kansas Relays -- First day results from KU relays -- Hard hitting Hurricanes to meet WSU -- Juco basketball ace signs letter of interest to Shocks.
Photograph(s): Head-on collision: Two of WSU's presidential candidates and BSU representative field questions at "Issues '69." p. 1 -- Life or death: Sirhan Sirhan faces yet another battle - the gas chamber or a mental institute. p. 1 -- Sign of spring: A few sporting members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity hope to tempt a mermaid from the large water filled hole in the street in front of their house. So far the bouquet hasn't tempted any aquatic damsels. p. 3 -- Peace monger: Julian Bond: Mine is the last of the passive generation. p. 6 -- Uncaptioned photos from Wichita Symphony Orchestra's production of 'La Boheme'. / photos by Greg Livingstone. p. 7 -- Eternal tangle: The intracaies [sic] of delving in red tape is not so evident at WSU's post office. The tape is white, but the tangle is just as annoying. p. 11 -- Minotaur revisited: A happy howdy is extended by the new staff of the Minotaur Cafe. It features an all new menus with nothing priced oveer $1.35. p. 14 -- Richard Gaddie -- Wee ones work: The Wee Shocks, dainty little gymnasts work out before a performance. p. 16 -- Rookie of the Year: Former Shocker basketball ace Warren Armstrong, who broke many WSU records during his tenure has recently been named American Basketball Association Rookie of the Year. p. 16
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