The Sunflower, v.74, no.34 (February 24, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.34. Wichita, Kansas, February 24, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Building named Clinton Hall after prominent Wichita man -- Education board defers action on busing plan / Mary Mitchell -- New bill will not affect dormitory tax exemptions -- Interdisciplinary studies sent to faculty -- Urban affairs prof named for WSU -- Play features WSU students -- Demonstrators march, protest outcome of Chicago 7 trial -- Newman Center offers facilities for study, relaxation, activities / Winona Tucker -- Baroque chamber music to be featured in concert -- Your identity, please -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Gallery 'G': Excitement: Mexican style / Stephen Sherman -- Betas face Kappa Alpha Psi for championship / Phil Lepak -- Shocker Ron Soft: a real hustler -- Gymnastic team has troubles / Fred Hull -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez
Photograph(s): Endowment: WSU president Clark Ahlberg and R. P. Clinton stand in the lobby of R. P. Clinton Hall, the new college of administration building. p. 1 -- Voting: University senators vote to send interdisciplinary studies program to the WSU faculty for implementation. p. 1 -- Faces in the crowd: Demonstrations draw the old as well as the young. Local citizens eye protesters as they move in procession from Century II to the Sedgwick County Courthouse in Saturday's .peaceful protest of the outcome of the Chicago Seven trial. p. 2 -- Mike James. p. 8