The Sunflower, v.74, no.60 (July 23, 1970)
The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.60. Wichita, Kansas, July 23, 1970. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Engineers, scientists command top salaries, recruitment survey shows / Kevin Cook -- Europe-bound WSU singers to present farewell concert -- Psychiatrist outlines role of mental health / Mary Mitchell -- Sunflower review: 'Light' comedy is fitting finale / Ron Wylie -- Law enforcement program awards $57,000 to WSU -- UCCM pastor leaves WSU; party will honor him Friday -- SGA president James comments on senate plans for 1970-71 -- Peace center strives for reasoned analysis -- WSU expansion plan to add six new buildings by 1975 -- Civil Service tests will be given in Kansas in August -- New faces: Four profs added to College of Business
Photograph(s): Twirler: Janelle Hoesli, high school sophomore, was a participant in the baton clinic held at WSU Monday and Tuesday. p. 1 -- Body English: Craig Turner is forced to grope for the hand of Connie Atkinson in this scene from "Black Comedy." p. 2 -- Mike James: Student Government Association president Mike James is pictured in his office during business hours. James was interviewed by the Sunflower on student senate plans for the upcoming school year. Student senate begins its legislative session September 1. p. 3