The Sunflower, v.75, no.21 (November 13, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, November 13, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): SGA to investigate, testimony heard / Michael Betz -- Status of Sunflower questioned / Steven Koski -- Environment, ecology 'political football’ / Stephen Earll -- Library underbooked / Marcia Lester -- Freshmen required to keep records -- 'Night of stars’ to aid Football '70 Fund -- Wichita State University Honors program expanded -- Friends faces financial pinch -- De Gaulle: statesman and soldier -- Sisters and brothers / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Sunflower error draws heated discussion -- Is nation well rounded? Task Force asks -- Australian professor to speak here on new nationhood problem -- University Dames sponsor luncheon -- Drastic changes needed, Udall / Michael Betz -- ROTC unit places first -- Sunflower review: Poetry magazine 'classical' / Steven Koski -- Regents to meet here Wednesday --Wildcats, Cornhuskers head Big Eight All-American nominees -- Shockers face MVC champs Memphis St. / David Jimenez -- Rhodes fired by Colonels -- Stowell hopes to continue Braves winning tradition -- Thompson displeased with roundballers 'mental effort' / David Jimenez - K St. defense little worry -- Marathon basketball game scheduled for December 4 -- Jayhawks looking for first victory over OU
Photograph(s): Four uncaptioned photos of Stewart L. Udall. p. 1 -- The Shrine Circus which as been set up in Henry Levitt Arena is now its final days of performance. This picture taken Gerry Burns shows circus workers lifting a motorcycle up onto a high wire to. check out the act before it was performed. p. 2 -- Carl Tucker, a sixth grade student from Ingalls elementary school and his physical education teacher, Mrs. Barbara Grayson present a book to Dr. Clark Ahlberg president of Wichita State University. The book contained the signatures from all students in Mrs. Grayson's P.E. class who donated to the Wichita '70 Football fund. / Photo by David Henry. p. 5 -- Bob Seaman, Shocker coach. p. 11 -- Vince Smith, 21.8 average. p. 12 -- Rick Kreher, outstanding freshman. p. 12