The Sunflower, v.74, no.14 (November 11, 1969)

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The Sunflower, v.74 no.14. Wichita, Kansas, November 11, 1969. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): Cross planting to kick off week's war-related events / Dave Olson -- College-military relations bring onslaught of new disturbances -- Christian speaks tonight in series -- Black art expert to speak Thursday -- Beatle album sales improve due to death theories -- English, WSU forensic teams debate student power -- Voting rights needed -- Traffic group trying -- Movie review: Redgrave portrays artist-rebel / Ruth Durch -- Witnesses explain good aspects of marijuana use to Senators -- International Club hears YAF advisor -- VISTA recruiters explain goals for organization, volunteers / Mike States -- WSU president warns of dissent's simple answers -- Stevens slated here -- Mayfield set to visit -- Estudiantes vivir en Costa Rica -- Familiar foes lead NTS past Shockers / Tony Jimenez --Tri-Delts win: Can do's near title / Glenn Meltzer -- Carpenter gains 10th in latest karate rankings -- Cross country team closes with third -- Swimming squad to host Wildcats
Photograph(s): First cross: This is the first cross expected to be placed on the lawn of Grace Memorial Chapel today at dawn by WSU senior Brian Hoover. p. 1 -- Dr. Robert Christian Jr. p. 1 -- Ripping performance: Two British debaters, Francis Becket, left, and Alastair Finlayson, center right, conducted a debate on student power Friday night in Wilner Auditorium with Ranney Ramsey and Gary Boyce of WSY [sic], sponsored by the Forum Board, the debate is part of and international exchange. p. 3 -- Psychological problem: Dwight Murphy, speaking before the International Club Friday said racism is a psychological problem caused by differentiation. p. 5 -- Roger Carpenter. p. 7