The Sunflower, v.75, no.23 (November 20, 1970)
The Sunflower, v.75 no.23. Wichita, Kansas, November 20, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): SGA calls for study of Sunflower status / Steven Koski -- Regents discuss beer on campus during session / Michael Betz -- Yearbook voting moderate Thursday -- Health program to expand -- FAA air traffic controller moonlighted as co-pilot -- Draft law challenged -- Figures show local VD rate 'phenomenal' / Michael Betz -- BSU site approved -- Yippie elected -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Sisters and brothers: Up from fear: A plan of action, 1970 / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Revolution shouted in Fairmount, student says / Thomas Webb -- University of Montana students participating: Experimental program unique -- Roses laid at Prexy’s door by Black student -- Work by Jerome Wallace: Dominating art exhibits produced by wax writings / David Henry -- Medical society contends Nader comments inaccurate -- 'He's scared to death' says Frazier of Muhammed Ali -- Drake, West Texas St. will compete for 1971 MVC title -- N. Texas State not so mean / David Jimenez
Photograph(s): Elizebeth Hirsch (behind counter) checks student identification cards before ballots are handed out. Glenda Huff, H.R.P.-2, and Donna Brown, Ed.-3, (right) cast their ballot Thursday during voting procedures that will continue through today. / Photo by David Henry. p. 1 -- The Kansas Board of Regents met at Wichita State University Wednesday and Thursday and conversed withy faculty and students about present issues concerning the campus. The session was held after closed meetings were concluded. / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 2 -- Dale Black Liberal Arts-2, looks through an old Parnassus while deciding how to vote. p. 3