The Sunflower, v.73, no.50 (May 9, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, May 9, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): Carpenter explains functions of deep submergence project / Bruce Sankey -- Secrecy in Washington affairs presents problems to reporters / Mike Kiser -- Excellence awards, stipends given profs -- Art fraternity awards Harris $100 scholarship -- Deep sea project has great potential / Dan Bradford -- CAC celebrates tenth year, aims to serve more students / Dan Bradford -- Scholars, outstanding profs recognized at Honors convo -- Student Faculty Court rules Tatlock, Sullivan ineligible / Charles Lincoln -- 4-1-4 system gets student approval / Ron Crotty -- Siglathon-Deltathon games scheduled at Fairmount -- Underground papers have many readers / Ritchie Kunkle -- North High performance called unique -- '4-1-4’ school calendar system may become reality at WSU -- 'King David’ opera set tonight in DFAC -- Business Honor Society to be installed today -- Is it worth it? -- PDA, a no no -- Dissatisfied students attacking 'most sympathetic’ institutions / Pat Lackey -- New Hampshire police don't carry clubs; Injuries prevented at Dartmouth College -- Fire destroys college auditorium In explosion at New York City -- Armed Blacks stage sit-in -- Dance group to re-live Wichita -- 'LIBAC' monicker [sic] for new council -- VOLT Program makes bid on WSU campus -- Black Studies class available this fall / Jerry Clingerman -- Eisenhower Lecture Series scheduled to begin at WSU -- Shocker socialights: End of year brings honors, awards -- ROTC review to be presented for president -- KMUW's staff car helps in celebration -- Drill teams win honors at assembly -- Anthropology’s Museum of Man fulfills dreams of Dr. Holmes / Kathy Endorf -- Berg resigns after eight years as dean / Bruce Sankey -- Logopedics benefit highlighted by star sportsmen golf show / Don Worford -- WSU golfers, netters to vie for Missouri Valley Crowns -- Prominent coaches to head Kansas Sports Clinic -- Football owners to converse on NFL-AFL expansion merger -- Cincinnati U. to withdraw from MVC -- Jayhawks to get all-weather track thanks to Hershberger.
Photograph(s): From space to sea: Dr. Andrew Craig (left) talks with astronaut-aquanaut Scott Carpenter prior to his lecture in the CAC Theater, Thursday night. p. 1 -- Dr. [Martin M.] Perline. p. 2 -- Dr. [Alvin] Sarachek. p. 2 -- Scholarship: John Tatlock is congratulated on his WSU tenure by Graduate Dean John Breazeale Wednesday at the Honors Convocation. p. 3 -- Ace of controversy: Joe Lastelic, of the Kansas City Star's Washington Bureau talks of underground newspaper with Satff [sic] Writer Ritchie Kunkle. p. 5 -- Why me?: Arnold Palmer seems to be saying as he misses a putt in Wednesday's Institute of Logopedics golf benefit. p. 15 -- Baseball fan: Retired major leaguer Mickey Mantle signs autograph for young fans at Wednesday's golf exhibition. p. 15 -- Possible winner: Shocker intermediate hurdle ace Ron Beiter will be one of the favorites this weekend in his event as the Shockers go for the MVC track championships in Peoria. p. 16
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