The Sunflower, v.75, no.04 (September 15, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.4. Wichita, Kansas, September 15, 1970. 12 pages
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Article(s): Campus-wide election set, polls open Thursday, Friday / Kevin Cook -- Two kinds of housing discrimination faced by Wichita State students / Mary Mitchell -- Ten year bookstore veteran greets readers with a smile / Steve Koski -- Former Attorney General Clark to speak here Friday -- Senate candidates speak -- First two theatre productions show man's search for identity / Matt Letts -- Corbin Education Center / photography by David Henry -- Contraceptives available to coeds at Wichita State Health Service -- Art gallery features American collection -- New Hollywood rises from ashes of the old, actress says / Steve Koski -- Aggies dump Shockers in opener -- Vandersall, assistants head team: 42 gridders make up frosh squad
Photograph(s): Jack Whitesell, pictured with ever-present cigarette in the corner of his mouth, is the pied piper of used books in Wichita. He is the proprietor of The Pied Piper Bookstore, one of the only two used book stores in Wichita. / photo by David Henry. p. 3 -- University theatre technical director Scott Weldin displays a model of the set he designed for the upcoming production of "Hamlet" at Wichita State. / photo by David Henry. p. 5 -- "Rotherhithe", an etching by James Whistler is one of the featured exhibits at McFarland Art Gallery in the Campus Activities Center. Whistler, who is most famous for "Whistler's Mother", painted this scene during the 1860s. p. 7 -- Lee Purcell, a new Hollywood actress who debuts in "Adam at 6 a.m." spoke to Sunflower reporter Steve Koski about the new direction in films and the death of the old Hollywood movie. Miss Purcell stopped briefly in Wichita to promote the film. p. 8 -- Shockers of the week: Steve Moore; Mike Bruce. p. 10
"Vote Thursday or Friday"