The Sunflower, v.75, no.09 (October 2, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, October 2, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): S6A calls referendum on fate of yearbook / Kevin Cook -- Independent students may lose fifteen-year hold on campus house / Steve Koski -- Thief strikes Corbin -- Ahlberg announces Jabara to resign for teaching job -- Homecoming queen forms now available -- Biologist's research may reveal more about cancer / C. Reed Harrison -- 'Forgotten Americans’ want names of POW’s -- Natural birth -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Experimental Theatre show written by Black playwright -- TV personality is star in community theatre show -- Art collection shows today for final time -- Sammy Davis Jr. plans to bow out of his career -- Dean of graduate school finds teaching rewarding / S. K. Bartley -- Students work in aide program -- Geology head planes to evaluate courses / Edward D. Shank -- Wichita teachers file injunction, name rival group -- Shocks underdogs against Utah State -- Harriers to run at Jamboree -- Shocker varsity, frosh in action this weekend -- Ali challenges authority of Attorney General
Photograph(s): The Independent Student Association's house, located at 3624 Clough Place, may be taken from the group to provide office space on campus. Members are trying to locate a contract which they think may show University Administration that they have the rights to the use of the property . Independent students have used the facilities since 1954. p. 1 -- F. D. Jabara. p. 1 -- Wells Hamilton, Fine Arts-4, wiles away an afternoon in Fairmount Park playing his recorder. He said It was a good way to spend a warm afternoon. / Photo by David Henry. p. 2 -- Laboratory assistant Pat Higgins and associate Rosalee Ireland expose yeast cells to radiation. / Photography by David Henry. p. 3 -- Dead yeast cells suspended in liquid are removed from a test tube in preparation for reviving the cells with visible light. p. 3 / Photography by David Henry. p. 3 -- The yeast cells, transferred to cover petri dishes, are stored under refrigeration. / Photography by David Henry. p. 3 -- Cindy Gleason, University College-1, found a way to carry those bulky art supplies along with her regular books. It's called the “Art Cart." p. 5 -- Mary Hessey, University College-1, is this week's Sunflower Sweetheart -- Archery skills are only one of the things taught by the Wichita State physical education classes. The archery course is open to all coeds interested in learning how to shoot a bow and arrow. / Photo by David Henry. p. 7