The Sunflower, v.74, no.36 (March 3, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.36. Wichita, Kansas, March 3, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Three seniors to play last game Thursday night / Dan Matthews -- Desegregation move for city delayed by Education Board -- Ecologist claims environment deteriorating / Steve Koski --Segregation exists in Wichita housing -- Classical guitarist to perform -- University editors, campus radicals relate in ‘unprintable’ language -- 'Electric Shocker’ might help decrease air pollution problem / John Adams -- Illinois prof selected as new anthro head -- ROTC teams place first at invitational -- A great lady -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Sunday will never be the same / Sydney Martin -- Intercollegiate rodeo may be newest WSU sporting event -- Montale’s poetry subject of Circolo Italiano lecture here -- Freep to publish twice each month -- Historians win grants to study humanities -- Top French theatre company to present Camus drama here -- Other creatures also use clocks, prof says -- Hurricanes blasts Shocks 108-92 / Phil Lepak -- Football adds 11th game to its roster -- Saturday's game: Shocks down Memphis 79-72 -- Track takes 3rd in MVC -- Gus 6rebe, a loyal supporter / Mike Appelhans
Photograph(s): End careers: (L to R) Greg Carney, Mike James and Dave Skinner will be playing their last game as WSU Shockers this Thursday. They face North Texas State at Henry Levitt arena at 8 p.m. p. 1 -- Invitation: A young member of the Fairmount United Community invites a Wichita senior citizen lo join the crowd of voting people who gathered Sunday in Fairmount park for an afternoon of warm weather, free food and folk music. p. 1 -- Guitarist: Michael Lorimer, from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music is the featured artist of the final concert of WSU's Classic Guitar Concept Series. He performs Thursday at 8 p.m. in the CAC Theater. p. 2 -- Dr. Arthur H. Rohn. p. 3 -- Easy rider: Jacque Harden, a sophomore from Southwestern College, enjoys a free-swinging ride on the merry-go-round in Fairmount park Sunday. p. 5 -- Time out: Rev. Steve Harrison, liberal arts senior, explains camera functions to one of the children attending the Sunday get-together. p. 5 -- Pied piper: Children as well as young people enjoys the sounds of flute and guitar. p. 5 -- Peace pipe: Sharing notes in a peaceful atmosphere, this local lass gives a free music lesson to one of the many youngsters present. p. 5 -- Looks easy: Steve Shogren puts one up. p. 11 -- Gus Grebe. p. 12