The Sunflower, v.74, no.59 (July 16, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.59. Wichita, Kansas, July 16, 1970. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Regents clamp tighter rules on campus disruption policy / Kevin Cook -- Upward Bound program aids student incentive -- Departments recruit new faculty members for 1970 fall session -- Remodeling projects underway on campus -- Sunflower review: 'Death' is tragedy of common man / Ron Wylie, photographs by Dave Henry -- Letters to the editor -- WSU adds faculty members for upcoming fall semester -- Journalism prof goes to Hawaii
Photograph(s): Action: A New Jersey state policeman winds up, top, and then hits man who refused to move on next to railroad tracks in Asbury Park. N.J. during disorders in that city. (AP Wirephoto). p. 1 -- Willie Loman. played by Dr. Richard Weisbacher is going through the mental agony of wondering why his sons didn’t succeed in life. p. 2 -- Linda Loman, played by Joyce Cavarrozzi, mourns the death of her husband. p. 2 -- Willie is confronted with evidence that be has been trying to kill himself. p. 2 -- During a flashback Willie relives happier times he spent with his sons. p. 2 -- Willie pleads with his son Biff, Dave Stone, after Biff walks in and finds a woman in Willie's hotel room. p. 2