The Sunflower, v.74, no.43 (April 10, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.43. Wichita, Kansas, April 10, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Drink-in no. 2; Same time, same channel / Kevin Cook -- Arab-lsraeli conflict hits campus -- Veterans to receive education pay increase -- WSU Black Student Union appeals for financial support -- Increased privilege fee budget approved -- BSU joins Alliance -- Rhatigan praises senate: SGA holds last meeting -- Finance prof at Indiana U. joint faculty -- How about a little equality? -- Diagnosis is lethargy / Steve Sherman -- Alliance issues challenge -- 'Madwoman’ is stupid, funny,gaudy, corny and a great play! / Ron Wylie -- Sunflower entertainment -- Ignorance no excuse for traffic violations -- Shockers socialights: Chi chapter receives charter -- Earth day scheduled here for April 20-22 -- No bra new fashion: Ad men grab new look / Sydney Martin -- 'Mankind Walk’ set for April 18 -- University Singers sell fertilizer to finance Vienna Symposium -- Coeds go to crusade -- Collegiate events tomorrow: Relays draw athletes from 90 schools / Phil Lepak -- Like father-like son-likes golf / Mike Appelhans -- Junior varsity baseball team beats Ark City -- Champion prospects good
Photograph(s): Drink-in: Mick Mork, left, addresses the drink-in crowd while Jim Reece, right, shows his protest of the beer issues. The second WSU drink-in drew an estimated 350 persons. p. 1 -- In the fields: Cuban premier Fidel Castro, center with dark glasses on forehead, stands in sugar cane field and talks with sugar cane cutters, some of whom are volunteers from other countries. 'Volunteer cutters, particularly young people, are coming to Cuba from many nations to help in the "zafra," the harvest of the nation's roughly 10 million tons of raw sugar, a task which will continue into July. (AP Wirephoto) p. 2 -- Randall B. Hayden. p. 3 -- Wanted: Jesse Stewart, member of the Kansas Board of Regents, is visiting WSU Friday. He will appear in the Campus Activities Center cafeteria at 9:30 a.m. for a student coffee and bitch-in. Go see him. p. 3 -- Appeals: Student traffic appeals court is besieged by work. From left to right: Debbie Devore, court secretary; James Mckenny, faculty representative; Jim Cox, David McClure; and Walter Eversman, faculty representatives. p. 6 -- Gary Navarro. p. 11