The Sunflower, v.73, no.55 (July 9, 1969)

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The Sunflower, v.73 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, July 9, 1969. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): ROTC is surviving, expanding after protests -- Wanick may charge police with robbery -- Little Leagers [sic] welcome home first men withdrawn from war -- Academic threat student imposed / Elaine Records -- Operation Arrowhead: Kansas to give spiritual training -- Educators lack concern for moral values -- Area librarians meet specialists -- Sixty voices will present choral works -- Beta mascot (Harold) has disappeared from campus -- Ticket manager, farmer seeks sellout crowd for new stadium / Joe Coulter -- Get in gear -- Sunflower review: 'Come Blow Your Horn' scores big / Paulette Edmiston -- Americans condemn violent protests express sympathy for goals of reforming -- Movie review: Herbie definitely has heart / Ruth Durch -- Art film festival begins on Tuesday / Ritchie Kunkle -- Clergymen gather at Riverside to focus city on social problems / Bob Garvey -- Fredonia freshman fizzles after first day at WSU -- Blacks, Whites to discuss issues Sunday on KAKE -- Motorcycle training taught in Driver Ed -- Three faculty named WSU college deans -- Kiser's Korner / Mike Kiser -- Tree wins bouts with sport cars -- Four Shocker grid recruits receive high school awards -- Football camp opens for Jets without Nameth
Photograph(s): No arrest made: A policeman confiscates a portable generator used for an ampliphied [sic] concert Sunday at Riverside Park. Brice Warnick may press charges against Wichita police. p. 1 -- Morals discussion: Monday night's Summer Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Glen Zumwalt, delved into the area of moral values. p. 2 -- He's lost: Harold, the six-year-old Beta Theta Pi mascot has disappeared. A $10 reward is being offered for information to his whereabouts. p. 3 -- Motorcycle ed: WSU is one of the very few universities offering motorcycle training in its driver education course. p. 7 -- Ponca crash: An NSU 1,000, driven by M. Karl Filsinger of Memphis, went out of control on his first lap Saturday and crashed backwards into a tree at the Ponca City Grand Prix. p. 8 -- Dick Sampson. p. 8