The Sunflower, v.75, no.38 (March 2, 1971)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, March 2, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Miller's tactics criticized after Lawrence raid / Rebecca Dickenson -- SGA to bridge campus problems - hopefully / Michael Betz -- Ambassador discusses topics / Stephen Earll -- Hotline program discussed / Joe Warner -- Street people rally -- LSD fund established -- Debate tourney to begin -- Flight award presented -- Another Agnew victory / Sue Pearce -- Diggin' in / G. E. Holmes -- Letters to the editor -- Lawmakers turn toward Bingo -- Survival class to meet / Bill Graham -- Senior receives scholarship -- Literary series opens -- Exposition will be sponsored by Red Cross Youth -- First Black mayor speaks here Thursday -- EFS offers assistance / Gale Gwaltney -- Students work in blizzard -- Kansas moves into fourth: Marquette closes on UCLA -- Tulsa pounds Shocks / David Goodpasture
Photograph(s): At work: Attorney General Vern Miller oversees the results of his pre-dawn raids in Lawrence Friday morning. / Photo courtesy of U.D.K. p. 1 -- Tulsa's Bob Horn scores: Horn hit a reverse layup during second half action last night that saw the Shockers man-handled by the Hurricanes. Pictured for Wichita State Is Dave Dahl (12), Greg Rataj (14), and Jim Givens (54). Tulsa's Steve Bracey (10), Dana Lewis (left center), and an unidentified player are poised for the rebound. p. 8 --