The Sunflower, v.73, no.56 (July 16, 1969)
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The Sunflower, v.73 no.56. Wichita, Kansas, July 16, 1969. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Moon explorers ready, confident -- Five-week teaching institute gives unique demonstrations / Cliff Bieberly -- Prisoners retire with tight belts -- Nixon telephones -- Amphitheater concert set for Thursday by WSU band -- 'Change and University' subject of Monday Ahlberg discussion -- Soviet moon ship behind schedule says astronomer -- Travelogue technique can prompt backfire / Cliff Bieberly -- Board of Regents adopts resolution about suspensions -- WSU’s Miss Kansas still feels like 'Margo’ following crowning -- It can happen here -- New dean urges fresh involvement -- Sunflower review: 'Virginia Woolf' will tear your heart out / Paulette Edmiston, photos by Dave Henry -- Movie review: 'April Fools' unusual love story / Ruth Durch -- Urban schools focus for 'Project Teach' -- Psychology grad students publish original journal / Ritchie Kunkle -- Sex education in public schools stirs controversy in community / Bruce Sankey -- Riseling selected to head Music Theory Department -- Tilford to receive Foundation award -- Community concern creates Northeast 'Brother’s House’ Pulitzer winner will be discussed -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Four Heights track stars ink WSU letter-of-intent -- A Jets end leaves in sympathy move --Liquori looking to smash Ryun's record in a mile.
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photograph of Apollo 11 at Cape Kennedy, a full moon at the right in the night sky. p. 1 -- Dr. Clark Ahlberg. p. 1 -- Lecture Series: Dr. Phylis Burgess extolled the virtue of joint student-faculty participation in the search for knowledge. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photos of Miss Kansas 1969, Margo Shroeder. p. 3 -- George, left (Dick Welsbacher), tells Martha (Joyce Cavarrezzi) that her son is truly dead as Nick (Ray Dryden) watches. p. 5 -- 'I've grown numb from living with you.' p. 5 -- 'You simpering bitch, you don't want children.' p. 5 -- Honey (Gale Andrews) cries, 'I want a baby.' p. 5 -- Hot job: One of WSU's 'Sod Squad' applies oil to Cessna Field in preparation for laying down the sponge layer that will ready the surface for the weather resistant Poly-Turf. The installation is expected to take five to six weeks. p. 8