The Sunflower, v.74, no.52 (May 8, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.52. Wichita, Kansas, May 8, 1970. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Ford backs Nixon move amid cries of dissent / Kevin Cook -- Final event Friday: Week-long protest closes -- On campus construction stirs senate at Tuesday’s session -- Protests, demonstrations continue: President assures no more name calling -- Move to cut Cambodia funds killed by House -- Research program to begin -- Free speech -- The Greek image -- Mourn for the dead / ArmandomSimon -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- Letter to the editor -- Five resign positions in music department -- Female engineer tells women to 'go after it’ -- Psychologist controls animals -- Track team readies for MVC meet -- Season ends: Baseball takes twinbill -- Shockers out by two strokes at Great Plains Invitational
Photograph(s): Confrontation: Mary Lynn Stevens, center, reads a statement to Rep. Gerald Ford (R-Mich.). seated left and at extreme right, in answer to the speech Ford presented Thursday night in Henry Levitt Arena. Ford later responded to Miss Stevens statement. See story. p. 1 -- [Emory] Lindquist. p. 1 -- Listeners. p. 1 -- [Glenn] Meltzer, [Fred] Janney. p. 1 -- Ripped: Student demonstrators ripped up an American flag taken from in front of the Massachusetts National Guard headquarters in Boston following a mass meeting o f students protesting war. p. 2 -- View: U.S. troops in armorer; personnel carrier watch American jets bomb plantation buildings at Snoul. Cambodia. Soldiers of the U.S. 11th Armored Regiment encountered North Vietnamese troops when they moved into the plantation town 90 miles north of Saigon. (AP Wirephoto via radio from Saigon). p. 3 -- Artist: Pop artist Peter Max is pictured autographing a dress for a student. Max was on campus Thursday for a reception prior to a major exhibition of his works at the Wichita An Museum June 20. p. 5 -- Ivy Fessler. p. 6