The Sunflower, v.73, no.46 (April 22, 1969)

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The Sunflower, v.73 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, April 22, 1969. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): Stucky wins battle for Prexy; Progressive program promised / Cliff Bieberly -- Nation's unrest passed climax; student revolts may recede / Stanton Evans and Walter Meek -- Sirhan sentencing session jury told to 'exercise responsibility’ -- Mexican-Americans fight for recognition / Dan Bradford -- Music festival to feature local, out-of-state talent -- Grad credit earned at KSU in seminar / Pat Lackey -- 'Warner Day' will honor WSU alum -- Extension cord accessory costly in 'electric shocker’ -- 'Both Sides Tonight' to open Wednesday in Pit Theatre -- More campus cops -- Reason for recognition -- Prospect of protest in Army raises issue of soldiers' rights / Connie Kelly -- 'Socialist activities' discussed -- Knapp speaks: Racism termed province of uneducated by professor / Ron Crotty -- Baumgart says plays not politically keyed -- Wichita Urban League praised for teamwork by D.C. director / Kathy Endorf -- Freshman coed finds expression in writing -- Thinclads fare well as sprinter, distance men score at KU Relays -- Tulsa turns table Shocks, sweeps Twinbill for 2-1 edge.
Photograph(s): New boss: Scott Stucky (seated), SGA president elect sits at his new desk while current president, John Tatlock watches. p. 1 -- Leslie H. Warner. p. 3 -- Dr. Robert Knapp. p. 5 -- Political drama: Reinhard Baumgart, German author, says today's political drama contains too much comedy. p. 6 -- Sunflower Sweetheart: Staff writer sweetheart: Kathy Endorf, freshman journalism major, is this week's Sunflower Sweetheart. p. 7 -- Misused funds: Mrs. Cernoria Johnson, Urban League Director speaks on the government's allocation of federal funds. p. 7 -- Burning cinders: WSU sprint ace Albert Hughes led the Shockers with 3rd and 4th place finishes in the 100 yard dash at the KU Relays Saturday. p. 8