The Sunflower, v.75, no.07 (September 25, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, September 25, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Sparks off-senate remarks: Parnassus resolution referred to SGA committee / Kevin Cook -- Formal statement shows yearbook still owes $1,685 -- Local feminists fight job discrimination with WSU aid / Mary Mitchell -- Heights students released -- House narcotics bill reduces penalty for drug possession -- Docking meets with presidents to help curb campus disruptions -- $2500 fine, one year imprisonment: Anti-obscenity bill may promote crime -- Letters to the editor -- Open dialogue / Armando Simon -- "Rain, rain go away" -- Agnew passing buck, Demo chaiman [sic] says -- Docking's son hit at KU -- Listening Post now open for student use -- Free University courses now open -- Chicano group to meet with North principal -- Greenhouse caretaker inherits land, hopes to open free school / Matt Letts -- Woman's employment authority scheduled -- Prisoner's case may decide fate of death penalty -- Wichita State harriers host invitational meet -- West Texas State next opponent for Shockers -- 1970 Shocker football book orders now being accepted -- Weekend predictions favor Wichita State -- Racial tension may cancel game
Photograph(s): Happiness is a warm September day and a comfortable place to sleep for this young scholar. He looked so peaceful we just couldn't wake him to ask his name. / Photo by Dave Henry. p. 1 -- And the message is clear: Beware of the Dutch Women's Liberation movement. These young ladies have written on their stomachs "Bass in Eigen Bulk," which means "Master of my own belly." Girls demonstrated for their cause at Utrecht, Holland, against male dominance and wage discrimination. / AP Wirephoto. p. 2 -- Art on a sunny day: Chuck Roach, Fine Arts-2; Robin Ruge, University College-1; Right: Daneil Hauserman, University College; Left: Kent Steiner, University College-2; Jim Hayes, University College-1; Roger Beck, University College-1; Vickie Chance, University College-1; Daneil Hauserman, University College. / photography by David Henry. p. 6 -- Richard C. Mitchell, who has been willed a 980-acre farm in Wisconsin, performs one of his duties as caretaker of the University's greenhouse. Mitchell is a graduate in Anthropology. / Photo by Matt Letts. p. 8 -- Members of the Phi Delta Theta touch football team show their version of the pass rush against Sigma Phi Epsilon in an intramural football game. Intramural football got underway this week with the return of good weather. / p. 12