The Sunflower, v.75, no.18 (November 3, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.18. Wichita, Kansas, November 3, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Police, patrons differ on Hourglass shooting / Steve Koski -- Women have not tried to obtain equal rights, Congress woman says / Marsha Lester -- Seven art awards to be presented -- Tax deductible tuition goal, of SGA committee -- Free courses offered -- Songs, poems, dance: Artist explores Black culture -- Nixon creates confusion -- CSR reacts to need / Edward Kim Courter -- Letters to the editor -- Views from Hill's side / Richard Hill -- 1970 Wichita State Homecoming / photographs by David Henry, Craig Cantrell, Kulani Taylor, David Doud -- Midwestern artist displays noted works in CAC / Michael Bets -- Scheduled for November 14: Wildcats waiting for game against Nebraska -- Freshmen gridders victimized by thieves during game -- Owes $1,000: Quarry to pay fine -- Kansas State captures Federation Meet title
Photograph(s): A small child registers disgust at the stench rising from rotting rubbish as she passes with her mother through London's Soho district during a rubbish strike in that city. p. 1 -- Governor Robert Docking addresses the annual Kansas State Teacher's Convention in Henry Levitt Arena Saturday. The event featured a debate between Docking and his opponent for governor's office, Kent Frizzell. p. 2 -- Nat Simmons. p. 3 -- 1970 Wichita State Homecoming uncaptioned photographs by David Henry, Craig Cantrell, Kulani Taylor, David Doud. p. 6-8 -- Masters division winner In the Kansas State Federation Meet was Jim Hershberger. Hershberger won the race with a 10:30 clocking over two miles. / Photo by David Doud. p. 12 -- Sophomore harrier Alan Walker was the 18th place finisher in the Federation Meet with a 20:02 four mile time. / Photo by David Doud). p. 12