The Sunflower, v.75, no.15 (October 23, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Safety board hears testimony during plane crash investigation / Stephen M. Earll and Kevin L. Cook -- Claims 4,000 students denied voice: Representative says SGA 'violated trust' / Kevin Cook -- Veterans question SGA allocations -- Ralph Nader to speak here Monday -- Taylor still on critical list in Texas -- Jefferson Airplane rumor untrue -- She tries to keep from worrying: Wife of POW keeps active during long vigil / S.K. Bartley -- Senate allocations questioned -- Kansas governor race -- Letters to the editor -- View from Hill's side / Richard Hill -- BSU dance proceeds to aid Robinson Memorial Fund -- Benefit rock concert scheduled by CSR / Charles Lincoln -- College gridders begin second half of season -- Shocker cheerleaders charter bus -- First game in four weeks: Shockers reopen season against Arkansas / Gary Freed
Photograph(s): Ronald G. Skipper, co-pilot. p. 1 -- John Headrick, plainclothes policeman at Wichita State University, is shown reloading his pistol Tuesday morning after capturing an escaped prisoner from the county jail on the Wichita State campus. There were no injuries resulting from the gunfire. p. 2 -- Winner of the intramural one mile walk race held Thursday was Larry Popp (right) of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Popp won the event in 9:25. / Photo by David Doud. p. 7 -- Touch football sometimes turns out to be a bit more than touch as was seen in the Kappa Sigma-Beta Theta Pi championship game. The Kappa Sigma team won the all-school championship 6-0 on a fourth quarter pass. / Photo by David Henry. p. 8