The Sunflower, v.74, no.41 (April 3, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.41. Wichita, Kansas, April 3, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Life Sciences Complex to be built -- AEI gains Student Senate support / Mike Oates -- Free Press on the rocks -- Senate raps activities requirement --Paintings stolen, defaced: Crime wave, vandals hit CAC -- For Duane Herman: Active nature key to success / Steve Koski -- Who's in charge -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- "Madwoman’" forces choice: good or evil -- Liberal Arts dean to talk -- Movie review: M*A*S*H beguts laughs / Greg Hobson -- Black artists comment on racism in the arts -- New head picked for poly sci -- BUF demands divide churches / Steve Koski -- Freshmen chosen for Drake queen contest -- High schoolers view Shocker campus life -- WSU awaits Earth Day cleaning-up -- Eight teams to meet in first college bowl -- Former gridder puts shot for Shockers / Glenn Meltzer -- Karate team takes top spots in national championships -- Women's P.E. department forms girls softball team -- Golfers get 4th -- Ask the sportsman / Phil Lepak -- Baseball team splits double header -- 'Alliance' plans convention, election strategy -- Theologian predicts dark age
Photograph(s): Progress: This architectural conception of the proposed $4 million Life Science Complex will materialize on the WSU campus beginning next fall. Completion of the plant is planned for spring 1972. p. 1 -- Dwayne Winters. p. 1 -- Duane Norman. p. 3 -- Dr. Paul Magelli. p. 5 -- Future freshmen?: To be or not to be a Shocker. That is the question. Prospective freshmen frolic in the Arena following Shocker Day sales pitch. p. 8 -- Tom Mount. p. 10 -- Powerful duo: Craig Henry (L) and Roger Carpenter (R) hold the trophies they won at Oklahoma City. p. 11 -- No go!: The Sunflower staff would like to put in a plug for little dogs. Unfortunately 2-month old Percy isn’t quite sure how to handle the situation. It seems he hasn't learned the significance of canine tradition. To bad for you, Percy!' p. 12 -- Dr. Stanley L. Jaki. p. 12