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dc.identifier.citationThe Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, February 2, 1971. - 8 pages
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dc.descriptionArticle(s): KMUW lengthens hours, adds free-form discussion -- Debaters capture tournament wins during weekend -- HEW grants money for science building / Michael Betz -- Arabian banquet will raise money for fund -- Coleridge Festival to feature readings of works -- First lady to do CARE work -- Law enforcement workshop to include new training techniques -- Justification For manned spacecraft has not yet been manifested -- Digging in / G. E. Holmes -- Letters to the editor -- Faculty feature: Woman is success in man's world / Karen Mileham -- Viewpoint: Overlooking the SGA / Mickey Mouse -- Representative demands ban of certain containers -- Students invited to education meetings -- UCLA drops to third -- "Tremendous athlete": Carrington - Quality and quantity / Dan Mathews -- Kansas slips by Kansas State -- Track team finishes last / Gary Freed -- Bradley invades arena / David Goodpasture
dc.descriptionPhotograph(s): Today Is Groundhog Day, and according to the legend; “ The groundhog or woodchuck will awaken from his winter deep and emerge from his hole. If he sees the sun he will be frightened and go back underground for the next six weeks. If he does not see his shadow he will stay above ground and we will have spring weather for the next six weeks." The “groundhog method" of weather forecasting was originally brought to this country by German and English colonists. They believed it was an accurate way to forecast the weather for the next six weeks. To date, science has not confirmed or denied this. p. 1 -- Workmen recently leveled off an area of ground just north of the Duerksen Fine Arts Center. The area will be used as a practice field for athletic teams. It will replace the practice field north of Grace Wilkie Hall which will be a future site for construction. p. 7 -- Dr. Robert M. Holmer, chairman of the Wichita State Physical Education Corporation, introduces Cecil Coleman, Wichita State's new athletic director, during halftime of the Wichita State vs. Memphis State basketball game Jan. 28. p. 8
dc.publisherWichita State University
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Sunflower
dc.relation.ispartofseriesv.75 no.31
dc.subjectCollege newspapers and periodicals
dc.subjectWichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers
dc.subjectStudent publications
dc.subjectWichita State University -- History
dc.subjectThe Way (biblical research ministry)
dc.subjectColeman, Cecil
dc.subjectArab Student Club
dc.subjectCrockett, Helen
dc.subjectHolmer, Robert M.
dc.subjectLife Sciences Complex
dc.subjectHubbard Hall
dc.subjectPeace Action Coalition
dc.subjectZero Population Growth (ZPG)
dc.titleThe Sunflower, v.75, no.31 (February 2, 1971)
dc.typeArchival material
dc.rights.holderWichita State University
dc.formatpdf., 8 pages
dc.coverage.spatialWichita, Kansas

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