The Sunflower, v.73, no.48 (April 29, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.48. Wichita, Kansas, April 29, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Greeks square-off Thursday: Skit competition keen for this year’s Hippodrome -- Minotaur seeking beer license from Wichita City Commission / Pat Lackey -- KU beer referendum passes by margin of 228 votes -- Business 'where the action is’ says honored alumnus Warner / Bruce Sarkey -- Labor unions get reactionary label -- PE revisited -- ROTC editorial lacks facts’ -- Active first-year coed likes horseback riding, all sports -- KU students win Naftzer music award -- Credit-no credit plan approved by faculty / Steve Walker -- Rain fails to dampen spirits at initial music, art festival / Ritchie Kunkle -- CAC worker destroys sign mocking Marine recruitment / George McHenry -- Shocks show at Drake Aces lead Thinclads -- All stater Webster signs WSU letter -- Baseballers face tough home games -- Violin student plays 'sweet' bat tune / Jerry Clingerman -- Qualifying battle underway as golfers eye MVC meet -- Kappa Sigs lead intramural loop in softball play.
Photograph(s): Another winner?: The Gamma Phi Betas, who won Hippodrome's 1968 Mixed Division with Beta Theta Pi, rehearse their '69 Hippodrome skit. / photo by Greg Livingstone. p. 1 -- Grad makes good: Leslie H. Warner (left), 1935 WU graduate visits his almamater [sic] once again to speak to members of the School of Business Administration. p. 3 -- Sunflower Sweetheart: Sports-minded "sweetheart": Linda Dye, a freshman physical education major, is this week's Sunflower Sweetheart. / photo by Greg Livingston. p. 5 -- Deadly duo: Oklahoma City's Collin Robertson (right), a native Australian shows powerful serving form against WSU's Mervyn Webster. Cumulative team scores wer [sic] not kept but Robertson defeated Webster 12-6. / 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. 7 -- Uncaptioned photo of track runner. p. 7 -- Flying Shocker: WSU catcher John Dickson dives headlong for a foul fly off the bat of a St. Louis Billiken in Friday's contest. p. 8