The Sunflower, v.74, no.32 (February 17, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.32. Wichita, Kansas, February 17, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Crime rate down says security chief -- Nixon choice receives okay -- $49,000 at stake: Nat'l Association of Black Students presses of NSA debt -- Advocates Black violence: Artist's work reflects protest / Mary Mitchell -- Students petition against Senate bill -- Nixon wrong, high numbers may be called -- Transients we're not -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Out in the open / Mike Bates -- Movie review: 'Magic Christian' loose but clever / Greg Hobson -- Gold Key now nationally affiliated, senior nominated for scholarship -- Movie review: Woody Allen, 'loser,; winner / Greg Hobson -- WSU prof researches shrimp in Antarctica -- Black singers perform, observe history week -- Beat Loyola 82-76: Shocks break losing streak / Mike Appelhans -- Joe Frazier takes Ellis -- Bob Thurman predicts Shockers won’t lose another game / Mike Appelhans -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez
Photograph(s): Student senate opposes bill that would turn dorms into rich kids' retreats. p. 1 -- High campus crime rate a myth. p. 1 -- Awaiting verdict: Three of the seven defendents [sic] in the trial on charges of conspiring to incite riot during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago hold a press conference after the case had been given to the jury. Left to right: Abbie Hoffman, Rennie Davis, and Jerry Rubin. (AP Wirephoto). p. 2 -- Coffee time: Renowned printmaker Wendell Brooks introduces his own exhibit at the McFarland Gallery, CAC, Monday afternoon. p. 3 -- Varsity Sam, Sue: Steven Hershberger and Donna Jefferies display their trophies received for being named WSU's outstanding freshman man and woman for 1969-70. The announcement was made at a dance Saturday night in Newman Center. The winners, both sponsored by Brennan Hall, were selected from 13 applicants on the basis of activities, grades, work experience, career goals and personality. p. 6 -- Dr. Paul Tasch. p. 8 -- Black singers: Wichita's all-black choir, the Alfred Moore Evangelical Singers, was formed last July, and within two months had cut their first album. The group performed Sunday at WSU in observance of National Black History Week. p. 9 -- Greg Carney puts one up and in. p. 10