The Sunflower, v.74, no.39 (March 13, 1970)
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The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.39. Wichita, Kansas, March 13, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Top democrat Harris lecture series speaker -- Ahlberg labels budget cuts harmful, crippling to WSU -- PE department ’survey’ rapped / Mike Oates -- Pot penalties reduced here -- Students may be removed from work-study program -- Aide lauds legislature on reducing pot penalty -- English teachers to annual confab -- Accounting head named -- SGA president 'disgusted’ with lack of attendance -- Immortality 'for sale' -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Experimental theatre review: Existence chronicled in mime / Ron Wylie -- Camus' 'Caligula' set for Wilner production -- Early African influence shown in Thursday Black Arts lecture / Steve Sherman -- Moonstruck design wins -- Profs receive grants -- Solid waste products on predicted increase -- Seven gold teams competing: Shocks tee-off against OU -- Baseballs Kent Schaaf has eye on future -- Ask the great sportsman / Phil Lepak -- Acid sold as mescaline -- University profs meet in Wichita for conference -- CAC serves as center
Photograph(s): Sen. Fred Harris. p. 1 -- No straw: White Fang gets his 15 cents worth at Sandy's. A member of Fairmount United Community Kids, Fang really digs the Sunday outings at the park. Fang isn't partial either - McDonald's is Fang's kind of place too. p. 1 -- Dr. Douglas Sharp, Chairman of Accounting. p. 2 -- African art: Dr. Robert Goldwater speaks of early African influence on modem artists at Thursday night's Black Arts lecture. Goldwater Is the director of the Museum of Primative [sic] Art in New York City. p. 5 -- Moon maiden: Fine Arts senior Kathi Smith designed this dress of the future, one of several for a "moon maiden wardrobe." Her designs were chosen from 1000 applicants as some of the most outstanding. p. 6