The Sunflower, v.75, no.11 (October 9, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year, v.75 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 9, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): FAA calls 'Golden Eagle' a façade -- Wichita Eagle wrong, Sly concert scheduled -- Memorial fund plans formed -- Nazgar cancels 'Ball'; Fraternities, sororities clam no insolvent -- Campus survey: Students down on Nixon plan -- Parnassus ballot changed: SGA halts queen activities / Kevin Cook -- Crash victim Reeves funeral rites Thursday -- The reason for socialism / Kelly Pinkham -- Bonds of unity -- Letters to the editor -- Wichita Free University registration begins Monday -- Ahlberg given 'OK' -- Education balance is projected goal for Academy -- Telephone threats: Wheatshocker evacuated during weekend bomb scare -- UCCM draft counseling service helps many decide for themselves / Steve Koski -- Sunday election meet starts VOC activities -- 'Bad Art' selection at Art Museum to create certain beneficial shock -- Lawrence project fights bad trips -- YPSL plans for University union, seeks student-labor communication -- Analyze effects on program: Big Eight places K-State, KU on probation -- Shocker cross country squad hosts Iowa State in dual -- Bowlers take third in first KOQ match -- Conference games highlight weekend of college football -- Sports views / Gary Freed -- Umpires receive four-year pact, no trouble seen for World Series
Photograph(s): Where have all the flowers gone? The tear-filled eyes of this young lady at Memorial services for those killed in last week’s tragedy express the shock and emotion felt by much of the Wichita community. More than 12,000 people came to Cessna Stadium Monday night to pay tribute to those who died. -- p. 1 -- Tom Reeves. p. 3 -- Robert Faus