The Sunflower, v.75, no.39 (March 5, 1971)
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The Sunflower, v.75 no.39. Wichita, Kansas, March 5, 1971. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Prospecting in California: Search for new stage coach begins / Rebecca Dickenson -- Stokes disputes violence, Democrats, press / Marcia Lester -- Omnibus Act: SGA debates, passes watered down version / Steve Koski -- Delegation does it again / Kim Cavanaugh -- At lecture series: Verbal barbs directed / Michael Betz -- Student groups send critical wire to Miller -- Odds favors voters -- Letters to the editor -- Diggin' in / G. E.. Holmes -- Out in the open / Mike Bates -- Young Republicans work to gain voting privileges -- Viewpoint: Overlooking the SGA / Mickey Mouse -- Viewpoints from city commission candidates / compiled by Michael Betz -- Federal funds released in Wichita area -- Workshop attracts musicians / Bob Schwarz -- Mikrokosmos offers 'high-quality outlet’ / Lon Teter -- Viewpoint: WSU lost drive under Thompson / David Goodpasture
Photograph(s): Cleveland Carl B. Stokes (at left) "fires" on Wichita Mayor A. Price Woodard (at right). City commissioner Don Enoch was quick to rescue the "wounded Wichita mayor. The mayors planned the shootout at the mayors' convention in Atlanta some time ago. Stokes was the successful "gunfighter" in both of the two duels and told Woodard the he (Woodard) wouldn't make it in a big city. p. 1 --Carl B. Stokes, Cleveland Mayor. p. 2 -- Junior center Terry Denton won two honors last Tuesday night at the Basketball Appreciation Banquet. p. 12