The Sunflower, v.74, no.46 (April 21, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1970. - 20 pages
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Article(s): Mike James wins landslide victory -- Pollution lethal to people / Steve Sherman -- Nixon plans 1971 withdrawal -- KU union in flame after race trouble -- On role of Blacks: Prof challenges minds / Fred Hull -- Folk festival halted -- Rating given to Sunflower -- Depression responsible: Nazi party compared to tribe / Carol Browne -- Classes close for Earth Day convocation -- The population bomb;-everybody's baby -- Footballers must 'keep mouths shut' -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- To the editor -- Bob Kirkpatrick dies on Houston golf trip -- Ends spring practice: Football scrimmage shows new team / Mike Appelhans -- Shocker safety man lives by '11th commandment' / Glenn Meltzer -- Fashions & reflections
Photograph(s): Mike James, Clare Moore, Joh Morse. p. 1 -- Charles Hamilton. p. 1 -- Noise pollution: Mac Wigby and Wiliby perform for the first annual rock and roll festival on the south side of Wilner Auditorium. The festival, held Sunday at 3 p.m. was stopped after citizens complained of the loud music. p. 2 -- Robert P. Kirkpatrick. p. 5 -- Sunflower Sweetheart: Ah: Our second Sunflower Sweetheart is Ginny Reed, liberal arts junior. A Capricorn, her interests include water sports, horse back riding and other "outdoor stuff." p. 6 -- Over 3,000 fans saw the Shocks In action Saturday night. p. 7 -- Mike Tinnin grabs in vain as Tom Owens scores. Bruce Gerleman (27) looks on. p. 7 -- Ron Johnson. p. 8