The Sunflower, v.74, no.31 (February 13, 1970)
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The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, February 13, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Parnassus editor loses post; Distribution to be delayed -- Vote set for P.E. -- SGA okays beer in third resolution -- Amendment voting today -- Keep it clean, Axion! -- Suggestion box -- Beer we go again -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Letters to the editor -- Dear offended business majors / Sydney Martin -- ACLU says: Nixon appeals to racist South -- Wylie granted later hearing; Set Feb. 26 -- Schedule of Free U completed for spring -- Australian visits: Anthro prof to study area -- New program to cross disciplines put forward by University Senate -- Dirt, grime, dust applauded / Stephan Sherman -- Guidance offered through WSU Counseling Center -- Weekend valentine: 'Charlie Brown' should pack 'em in / Ron Wylie -- '70 Varsity Sue and Sam winners to be announced at Friday dance -- Initiation begins: Pledges experience hell week -- Death toll inaccurate, Senator says -- Museum of Man shows Pacific art / Linda Hoddy -- Black Art Series presents nationally known printmaker -- Bearcats claw the Shockers / Dan Matthews -- Cardinals fly; We lose again -- Sports views / Phil Lepak -- Davis signs free agent -- Sporting round-up
Photograph(s): Harry Oxley. p. 5 -- 'Man': In Museum of Man. p. 9 -- Harris drives: Ron Harris played a fine game, but to no avail. Louisville beat the Shocks in Tuesday's game. p. 11 -- The look: It was Cincinnati out there doing their beat. And the coaches knew it. p. 11