The Sunflower, v.74, no.38 (March 10, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, March 10, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Greeks emphasize communication / Amanda Young -- Control it or else, warns state senator -- Kansas legislature declares WSU, KU once again separate entitles -- SGA committee head wants to hear gripes -- Russian four will perform in DFAC hall -- 13th annual: Secretarial seminar set -- Gore scholarship winner named -- Reds are leadership wary, Caradja claims / Mickey Betz -- Wilson to debut: Mime 'portrayal of life' -- Program coordinator sought -- No guts -- Mickey Mouse minority: Liberation from the other side of the bed / Leroy Peters -- Letters to Sydney -- Draft lottery set for July -- Black arts lecture set Thursday -- Debaters capture trophies -- Psych major conducts study / Steve Koski -- Today through April 4: Gallery features one-man show / Steve Sherman -- Nursing department gets chairman, prof -- Pitching depth weak, baseball prospects good / Mike Appelhans -- Editorially speaking: Sports information, where are you? / Phil Lepak -- Spring football practice starts today
Photograph(s): Sing along: Members of Tri Delta sorority practice for the Greek Sing set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the CAC. p. 1 -- Greek art: Karen Struebing, art education senior, prepares to present her entries for the annual Greek Week Art Show. Greek Week will feature many different activities including a Greek Sing, Greek basketball tournament, cultural exhibit and a Greek Week dance. p. 2 -- Princess Caradja. p. 3 -- Awe: Ron Wilson acts out a scene from his original mime one-man show “Isn’t Life Beautiful" showing Thursday, Friday and Sunday in the Pit Theatre. Curtain time is 8;30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The show will include 14 scenes of his view on life acted out in mime. p. 3 -- Experiment: Sheldon Preskorn. senior psychology major, conducts an experiment with rats. The experiments are designed to test the possibility of enhancing the individual’s learning capacity through artificial stimulation. p. 7 -- One-man show: Whltford Carter shows his oil painting of "Blind Beggar." Carter will feature his oils, watercolors. graphics and bronzes at a one-man show opening March 10 at Gallery G. 1030 N. Battin. Wichita. p. 8 -- Rick Stelmack, 1st baseman. p. 10 --