The Sunflower, v.75, no.12 (October 13, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 13, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Return October 24: Shockers decide to continue season / Gary Freed -- KU liberation front backs athlete's case -- High court to rule on obscenity, segregation -- Encounter groups aid Black-White dialogue / Sharon Jones -- Moonlighting studied -- WSU personnel plan urban renewal project -- National peace coalition plans massive anti-war protest -- Group plans study of noise in Wichita -- Sunflower comments -- Letters to the editor -- 'Joe' records the creed of American hard hats / Greg Hobson -- Now linguistics major-minor program offered to students -- Campus vets poll members, elect Downs chapter president -- Ruben Trejo collection displayed in October -- Need 150 units per day: Blood mobile requests donors -- Journalism grads need economics or history -- Behavior psychiatrist to speak here Friday -- Cincinnati manager picks Cloninger to pitch against Baltimore today -- Harriers nab third win -- Organizations pledge financial help to Shocker athletic department -- Basketball practice sessions start for Wichita State cagers -- Grandfather attracted to gridiron
Photograph(s): Coach Robert Seaman. p. 1 -- Donating blood is time consuming and complicated, but a worthwhile project as Jim Van Zandt, Liberal Arts-4, learned yesterday. Today is the last day to donate blood in the Ballroom of the CAC. The bloodmobile will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. / Photo by Dave Henry. p. 1 -- Gail Albertson, University College-1, and Dan Phillips, University College-2, wiled away an afternoon under one of the trees near Wilner Auditorium. p. 2 -- Three unidentified coeds from Dodge City High School presented a check for $418 to President Clark D. Ahlberg for the Football '70 Memorial Fund. The money was raised in the period of a day and a half on a drive sponsored by the Dodge City High School Student Government Association and the school's football team. / photo by Dave Henry. p. 3 -- Cross country runners from Wichita State picked up their third consecutive victory Saturday on the Echo Hills Golf Course. The Shocker finished in the second, third, fifth, sixth and seventh positions to finish ahead of the Iowa State team. p. 7 -- Ron Smith. p. 8