The Sunflower, v.75, no.01 (September 1, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 1, 1970. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Blacks attack fraternity house, 22 arrested following incident / Steve Koski -- Volunteers help children in school through student tutorial service / Kevin Cook -- Female liberationists fight discrimination / Linda Hoddy -- KMUW expands coverage -- Soviets seize chewing gum -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Letters to the editor -- Resolution of the State Board of Regents -- Research on campus: Biologist uses snakes to test radiation endurance -- Penalty for marijuana possession reduced, but local arrests climb -- Parking code adopted -- Mennonite, modern communes offers study in contrast -- Through electoral process: YPSL proposes reform / Kevin Cook -- This was Orientation Week fall 1970 -- Mini, midi, or maxi? / Patt Keller, photography by David Henry -- Look toward new season: Veteran coaching staff heads Shocker football -- Shocker Club plans special events for football season -- Lone varsity letter man expected to pace cross country squad -- Football season kicked off Aug. 19 / Gary Freed
Photograph(s): Kappa Sigma fraternity was attacked by a number of black youths late Saturday night following a fight between a fraternity pledge and an unidentified black youth. The black youths used an axe to chop a hole in the front door of the house. p. 2 -- Lovely Miss Carla Rupp, Liberal Arts-4 is this week's Sweetheart. Miss Rupp has worked on the Hutchinson News and the Wichita Eagle and Beacon. She will be attending Wichita State for the first time this fall. p. 6 -- Anne Whitters and Linda Parmiter move into Grace Wilkie Hall. p. 10 -- Shockers Spurs Ginger Arzinger, third from right and Jan Walker show a group of students the "sights." p. 10 -- Beatrice Paddock gives an information tour of the library. p. 10 -- Dr. Anneke Allen asst. professor of chemistry talks about some of the research she is doing. p. 10 -- Dr. David Herman answers questions from students about the psychology department. p. 10 -- Over 12,000 students went through the agony of registration last week. Left: Janet Byrd stops at a checkpoint to get direction. Center: pulling IBM cards with a smile is Miriam Fernandez. Right: Linda Wong worked at the table students were happiest to see. p. 11 -- Linda Schneider and Randy Tate take a break from the heat, with conversation and drinks in the Alibi. p. 11 -- The Jerry Hahn Brotherhood performed Saturday night for an enthusiastic audience at the second annual Turf Dance. p. 11 -- Kurt Foley finds that inflation has also hit the price of books in the CAC. p. 11 -- Lila McMillan browses through some science fiction after tangling the reality of text books. p. 11 -- Bob Leeke peruses through books on his favorite subject, music. p. 11 -- Football drills for the 1970 Wichita State football squad began Aug. 19, with two-a-day practice sessions. Coach Ben Wilson and his staff were on hand to add personal instruction to members of the squad. p. 14
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