The Sunflower, v.74, no.35 (February 27, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.35. Wichita, Kansas, February 27, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Senator speculates: P.E. requirement to get axe -- State of emergency declared by Reagan -- Local Blacks seek support for program -- 13 students attend Model UN meeting -- BSU request mixed by CAC -- Housing inspectors beginning crackdown -- Strike set: Student MOBE spring action program backed -- Bookstore policy resolution passed / Mike Bates -- Free U offers self-exploration: Attendance will decide course fate -- Pledge, members award given WSU students -- Hippodrome participation encouraged -- Paid enough -- 'I blew it!' -- Freaks and Free U. / Terri Partridge -- 'A businessman's idea of beauty' / Bruce Opheim, photos by Greg Livingston -- Draft directors predict highest numbers may go -- Woodrow Wilson Fellowship: Students capture awards -- Chief of Staff knocks radicals -- Docking names week of prayer for POW's -- Kappa Alpha Psi beats Betas for intramural basketball championship -- Oklahoma beats Shocks, MVC meet Saturday -- CAC does well in college tournament -- Two more grid stars sign here
Photograph(s): On the grass: The old legend says a cloudy Ground Hog Day precipitates an early spring. We had our first in 20 years not long ago. and if this picnic is testimony the legend may be true. p. 1 -- Buggy: Low budget has the Sunflower staff really bugged! Yes, dear readers, the recession has got us too. One of our itinerate [sic] photographers captured this picture of the Sunflower's fleet of VW's. p. 2 -- Interest: Rev. Robert A. Terrill of the St. James Episcopal Church looks placidly on as WSU students take part in discussion at the Free U course 'Shape of Tomorrow' held Wednesday night. The nine other people present were from the community. p. 3 -- Plush: Semi-circular desks and chairs are featured in the case discussion rooms of Clinton Hall. The rooms seat 118 people and are equipped with a projection booth. Projection equipment is controlled by the instructor from the front of the class. p. 5 -- Spying?: Two-way mirrors in the basement of Clinton Hall are used in psychology labs. p. 5 -- New home: Dr. Grant Y. Kenyon, professor of psychology, grades papers in his new office in Clinton Hall. Surrounding unpacked boxes hold books and materials moved from Kenyon's old office. p. 5 -- Good defense: Leroy Rolfe (L) blocks a shot by Gary Austerman. p. 10 -- Three point play: Beta Charley Dudley makes two points and is fouled by Leroy Rolfe. Dudley made the foul shot. p. 10 -- C'mon man!: (L to R) Kapps Aaron Lott, Leroy Rolfe and Tal Owens listen to some strategy from Dave Boddie and Kenny Lee (in foreground). p. 10 -- Up for grabs: (L to R) Charlie O'Hara, Aaron Lott, Glen Meltzer and Tal Owens jump over a loose ball. p. 10 -- Kenny Lee. p. 10 -- We're no. 1: Back row (L to R) Bob Hayes, Jack Prophet, Kenny Whyte, Leroy Rolfe, Ed Lacy, Bill Powell, Vince Smith. Second row (L to R) Arron Lott, Howard Stacks, Rudy Lawrence, Tal Owens. First row (L to R) Gene Robinson, Ron Brooks, Dave Boddie, Kenny Lee, James West. p. 11 -- Blocked shot: Gary Austerman (14) blocks a Leroy Rolfe jump-shot. p. 11 -- The "Leopard": Tom Kluge (4) shoots with "catlike" movements. p. 11 -- Second place: (L to R) Dave Personne, Glen Meltzer, Gary Austerman. Tom Kluge, Charles Dudley, Roger Hickel, Bob Breldenthal, Charles O'Hara. p. 11