The Sunflower, v.73, no.38 (March 14, 1969)

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The Sunflower, v.73 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, March 14, 1969. - 12 pages.

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Article(s): Four-hour session: Senate approves 'pass-fail'; Sets amendment vote / Ron Crotty -- Fun, frolic, prizes to highlight annual ’Greek Week’ festivities -- 'Fantastic' first day beer vote 1700 turn out for referendum -- Violence product of education; Existing system should change / Pat Lackey -- Procter seeks CRS's help in police investigation drive / Bruce Sankey --'Professionalism' explored during secretarial meet -- Appointment 'breakthrough' says newest WSU trustee -- Student court acquits two in drink-in case -- Political play empathizes proletariat -- Many Negroes oppose desegregation plans / Pat Lackey -- One legged bronze figure on exhibition -- Eskimo sculpture set for WSU exhibition -- KMUW schedules broadcast of Egghead Week speakers -- WSU debaters Graham, Ramsey off to regionals -- Chance for real change -- Contributions of beer questioned -- Play review: Pit features 'Man-Woman’ roles / Paulette Edmiston -- Program Board sets CAC poster policy -- Students find faculty spot very unlucky -- Black Student Union plans series of dramatic plays -- Shocker socialights: Greek plans for future activities -- WSU concerto concert to be held at Duerksen -- Residence Hall meet draws 300 Kansans -- 43rd Annual Military Ball set for April -- Czech Nonet to perform at Duerksen -- Secretary functions as 2nd 'mom' for Shocker coaches, athletes / Don Worford -- Chamberlain leading Lakers toward NBA playoffs -- Colorado gridders sign WSU letters -- Oakland A's in spotlight as contender.
Photograph(s): Senate at work: Student Senate passed a resolution Tuesday night approving a 'pass-fail' grading system. p. 1 -- Situation crucial: Gerald Paske says our theory of education is responsible for current student violence p. 2 -- That man Charlie Brown: Kappa Alpha Psi's Charlie Brown score a lay-up in his teams [sic] 68-56 victory over Kappa Sigma Wednesday night. p. 12
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