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dc.date.available2020-10-05T23:13:40Z
dc.date.issued1970-05-12
dc.identifier.citationThe Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.53. Wichita, Kansas, May 12, 1970. - 8 pages
dc.identifier.other09-06-02-01_1970-05-12
dc.identifier.urihttps://soar.wichita.edu/handle/10057/19245
dc.descriptionImages in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material held by University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives; processed by the University Libraries Technical Services. Please contact Special Collections at specialcollections@wichita.edu for help with low quality images.
dc.descriptionArticle(s): Students to gather in peaceful assembly -- Committee tries to bar funds -- Black studies may get own department -- SGA prexy to name students to committee posts Tuesday -- Peaceful march attracts 450 demonstrators / Kevin Cook -- Board of Trustees adds student -- Protests lack focus -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Ford not denied free speech, render says -- Authorities speak in drug seminar -- Webster offers tennis tips -- In MVC meet: Coach pleased with 'superstar' -- WSU tennis ace captures Valley crown -- In MVC: Golfers grab third -- Individual achievement goal for Shocker track member / Dan Matthews -- Thinclads outstanding at MVC
dc.descriptionPhotograph(s): The search: Troopers of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division search an ammunition and weapons storage shelter they found seven miles southwest of Snoul, Cambodia. p. 1 -- Abolition: Ron Wylie reads a statement calling for the abolition of the National Guard following Friday's march to the National Guard Armory. Wylie later attached the statement to the door of the Armory. p. 1 -- Eye-balling: Wichita police chief Merrell Kirkpatrick (right) and two of his officers eye demonstrators Friday at a Wichita National Guard Armory. The demonstration was held to protest President Nixon's Cambodian policy and the slaying of four Kent Slate University students last week. p. 2 -- Presentation: Murray Brown, (in crested blazer,) presents a check for $1,000 to Neil Brown of the Institute of Logapedics [sic]. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity earned the money by bouncing a basketball in downtown Wichita for 36 hours and asking for donations. p. 3 -- Bottoms up: This was the scene moments before the start of second heat in distance medley relay in the girls' district track meet at Delhi, Iowa. (AP Wirehouse). p. 7
dc.language.isoen_US
dc.publisherWichita State University
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Sunflower
dc.relation.ispartofseriesv.74 no.53
dc.subjectCollege newspapers and periodicals
dc.subjectWichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers
dc.subjectStudent publications
dc.subjectWichita State University -- History
dc.subjectBlack Studies program
dc.subjectMissouri Valley championship
dc.subjectWichita State University Board of Trustees
dc.titleThe Sunflower, v.74, no.53 (May 12, 1970)
dc.typeNewspaper
dc.typeArchival material
dc.rights.holderWichita State University
dc.formatpdf., 8 pages
dc.coverage.spatialWichita, Kansas


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