The Sunflower, v.75, no.25 (December 4, 1970)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.75 no.25. Wichita, Kansas, December 4, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): National donations climbing to $50,000 / Michael Betz -- Chicago journalist says news should be put into context / Michael Betz -- SGA vote defeats violence resolution / Steven Koski -- Mysticism on the rise -- Mac Davis tagged as 'song painter' / Linda Wong -- Grad student supervises course in aircraft engine maintenance / S.K. Bartley -- SGA shirks obligation to students -- View from Hill’s side / Richard Hill -- Letters to the editor -- Sisters and brothers / Sydney Martin -- Performers make 'WSU Night of Stars' a benefit success -- Students receiving graduate degrees increases 60 percent -- Coaches vote Cards as team to beat Wichita St. picked fourth / David Jimenez -- Hartman now at KSU -- Shocks end season with loss, Seaman happy with team play / David Jimenez
Photograph(s): Henry Levitt Arena was subject to change this past weekend when personnel and equipment from California and a mobile camper unit from Dallas, Texas donated their time in order to make the "WSU Night of Stars" a success. p. 1 -- Bill Cosby; Mac Davis; Kate Smith, Monty Hall, The Young Americans. p. 6 -- More than 7,500 persons attended the "Night of Stars" national Benefit this past Saturday. Humor was the topic, and laughter was the response. Every performer was well received by the audience. p. 6 -- Lou Rawls; George Gobel; Marilyn Maye; Leif Erickson; Minnie Pearl; Phil Ford and Mimi Hines; Humble Pie. p. 7 -- Hundreds of feet of electric cord were needed to connect electronic equipment for sound and lighting at the "WSU Night of Stars" Saturday evening. All equipment was donated by the contributing production agencies in Dallas and Los Angeles. p. 7 -- Football game photographs by John Lee and David Henry. p. 10