The Sunflower, v.73, no.47 (April 25, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, April 25, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Security to issue due rewards to university speed demons / Bruce Sankey -- Exhibitionist gets mace in his face -- Australians meet Shock racketman today on courts -- Weekend music, art festival begins today on WSU campus -- Faculty recital to present Cavarozzi in solo performance -- Fahrbach reminds males to check degree for draft -- Hippodrome skits shown on Saturday -- Nine-day MU strike at end; Med Center services resume -- Photo exhibition winners to have works displayed -- K-State plan offers training in guidance, counseling areas / Pat Lackey -- Beacon staff writer explains critical role / Dan Bradford -- Prize-winning prints to go on display at CAC -- Racism panel enters final Sunday meet -- Reception to honor retiring WSU employees -- ROTC vs. Phys Ed -- LEAP report to be released -- Campus trends cause student involvement -- District Court trial declares youths innocent of loitering / Pat Lackey -- Play review: Performance needs polish / Paulette Edmiston -- Shocker socialights: Spring welcomes outdoor activities -- Students display creations at Art Association exhibit -- Marine named Custer makes WSU stand -- CAC Bookstore operates for profit; Returns go for expenses, bond debt / Bruce Sankey -- Leslie Warner Day honors' [sic] WSU alum -- Racket star Webster calls sport a challenge / Don Worford -- Netters face OCC in tennis dual today -- Shockers host St. Louis in Diamond Twinbill -- Spring football sessions to end with annual scrimmage, Saturday.
Photograph(s): Good advice: John Roe, Beacon Staff writer, offered his opinion son writing play reviews Tuesday night in the CAC Theatre. p. 4 -- So be it: The Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) has developed a unique poster campaign to announce meetings and move the "word." p. 5 -- Custer's stand: Capt. Glen Custer, (left), U.S. Marine Corps, had a trying week while competing with a pacifist booth (right) for recruits. p. 9 -- The challenge: WSU's undefeated tennis stalwart Mervyn Webster calls the sport a challenge. p. 11 -- The start: Sprint ace Albert Hughes loosens up on his patented start that enabled him to run a 9.4 WSU 1.00 yard dash record. p. 12
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