The Sunflower, v.75, no.13 (October 16, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, October 16, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Homecoming rescheduled, Sly concert this weekend -- Agnew set for Wichita -- Wichita policemen dismissed from force -- Local police cautious: Weathermen threaten Kansas violence / Steve Koski -- Student Government rejects CSR request of $2,500 - grants $500 -- Small group blamed for violence at Kent State -- KU Jock Liberation calls for reform in college athletics -- Fund raising bazaar for museum of man will be held October 23-25 -- Graduates must widen job search -- Letters to the editor -- Football 70 fund grows to $11,600 in donations -- Geology professor Tasch proves theory of 'continental drift' / Edward Shank -- Dental hygiene school offers to clean teeth -- Human relations conference held in Wichita by model program -- Blood drive collects 207 pints from donors -- Electric car wins 'clean air' race -- Alternating instructors called impractical for classrooms -- Kitsch: The grotesque around us -- Bowling teams capture first and second in KOQ league -- "Will have to mature faster than they should have to", Seaman -- Orioles win World Series in five games -- Cross country team to Drake -- Nebraska rated over KU: Drake, West Texas State favored
Photograph(s): Roger Timm, University College-1, was babysitting “Rocky," a six month old raccoon, between classes when this picture was taken. Rocky was rescued from a tree while still a cub with his eyes closed. p. 1 -- Blackbear Bosin, A local American Indian artist who will sell some of his works at the Museum of Man's 'Bizarre Bazaar,' is at work in his studio. / Photo by David Henry. p. 3 -- One of the many donations received by the Wichita State athletic department came from the College full School 6th grade class. Coach Herm Wilson accepts the donation for the school. / Photo by David Doud. p. 5 -- No one can match the low prices for cleaning and x-rays at the Wichita Dental Hygiene School, which offers special rates to University students. / Photo by Matt Letts. p. 6 -- This week's Sunflower Sweetheart is pretty brunette Vickie Rodriguez, a junior in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. / Photo by David Henry. p. 7 -- Kitsch: The grotesque around us: Left to right: totally plastic early American wall clock. Early American lamp-post lamp-Patriotic toilet Iid-Patriotic tensor light with ballpoint pen quill. p. 8; Hospital bed pan planter - you keep it on your wall for emergencies. p. 8; George Washington ice bucket with a French Fleur de Lis on top. p. 8; Early American ice tongs paper towel dispenser - for patriotic family fights. p. 8; Surfing Pluto (In Italian Renaissance paintings and sculpture, Pluto is a nude, cupid-like figure which is about a central subject) Our Pluto is made of gold on hard rubber. p. 9; Along the bottom are Praying Hands, a desk set, stationary, drink tray, night light, and a bad sculptural copy with flourescent [sic] paint. Slightly higher is a “God Bless Our Happy Home" toothpick dispenser. Capping off the entire grouping is a Christ's head wall plaque with eyes that follow you everywhere. p. 9; Mona Lisa bathmat and sweatshirt. Also available are Mona Lisa coloring books. p. 9; Left: A Last Supper: Jesus portrait "fool the eye" picture wonderfully ornate gold frame with plastic flowers. p. 9; Right: Needs no explanation. p. 9