The Sunflower, v.73, no.51 (May 16, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.51. Wichita, Kansas, May 16, 1969. - 16 pages.
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Article(s): The waiting game: Regents refer beer questions to new committee -- Militant Black Panthers say Wichita set for new chapter / Bruce Sankey -- Resolution by Student Senate may ’warm-up’ dorm residents / Ron Crotty -- June Commencement program begins with May 31 banquet -- Ahlberg announces three administrators appointed -- First year for new UC dean to be spent assessing status / Dan Bradford -- Reply given NSA form by Senate -- Officers elected for sophomore Spurs Honorary -- Lieurance honors bestowed upon Fine Arts students -- Spring Art Fair set for Saturday, Sunday -- Administration must possess students’ trust, dean says / Ritchie Kunkle -- Creativity termed requisite for top campus police chief / Ritchie Kunkle -- President Ahlberg looks back over first 10 months in office / Pat Lackey -- Army faculty, staff members honored for ROTC contributions -- Air Force ROTC conducts annual awards presentation -- Controversy to come -- NSA’s questionnaire defended -- Play review: 'Lovely War' ends 'long season' / Kathy Endorf -- WSU grad devotes to aid Panamanian Indians / Ritchie Kunkle -- Educational television nears reality stage / George McHenry -- Memorial scholarship established -- Shocker socialights: Spring flings 'activate' -- Omicron Delta eyes affiliation with national -- Mediocre Shocker cage record offset with 'do-or-die' tactics -- Reason for hiring Wilson evident in grid performance -- Shocker athletes have good year in spring sports / Paul Mobiley.
Photograph(s): Panther prose: Henry Finley, a Black Panther captain tells an audience of 250, ":We're going to burn with the heat," Tuesday night. p. 1 -- Dr. John Breazeale. p. 2 -- Walter Friesen. p. 2 -- Honors give: The VOC Thursday gave honorary memberships to President Clark Ahlberg, Miss Grace Chicken and Dr. John Breazeale (not pictured.) p. 3 -- Review awards: Army ROTC Cadets presented their annual Presidents Review Wednesday in the drill field north of Grace Wilkie Hall. p. 7 -- Air ROTC honors: Charlie White (left) is pinned with award by Col. G.B. Compton, retired. p. 7 -- Talented librarian: Houston Haynes, who was second team all Missouri Valley choice last season, looms big in 19669 Shocker plans. p. 13 -- Richard Gaddie. p. 14 -- Roy Old Person. p. 14 -- Mervyn Webster. p. 14 -- Jack Stevens. p. 14