The Sunflower, v.75, no.41 (March 16, 1971)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.41. Wichita, Kansas, March 16, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Student elections slated for April 1, 2 -- Anti-pollution injunction sough: Miller brings suit -- Yale Street to be closed for 30 days -- Global Village is confab topic -- Liberal High School student named to be Gore Scholar -- Weekly discussion series will cover current events -- Book published in Sweden: History interests prof -- Journalists join faculty -- Wichita judge to speak on system, today's youth -- Digging in / G. E. Holmes -- Letters to the editor -- Swiss-German actress conveys 'militant thoughts' -- Army officer promoted to major status -- Nicholson, Walker lead distance runners -- UCLA tops in final AP poll -- The ultimate disappointment / David Goodpasture -- Fellowship program: Indian students get educational push -- U.C. under change, focuses on students / Judy Wortham --1932 paper found: University history discovered under tub / Marcia Lester
Photograph(s): Many classes took advantage of last week's unseasonable warmth by meeting outside. This group of students sitting outside the Art Building are one example. p. 1 -- George David Ringer. p. 1 -- Jeane Wilde and Col. Albert Dempsey pin on Maj. Ronnie Wllde's new insignia. p. 5 -- Pictured left to right are track team co-captain Carl Nicholson, miler Alan Walker, with track coach Herm Wilson, and Rick Henson, who runs the 440 and 880 yard dashes. Pictured below left to right are middle distance runners Ed Lacey, Dale Syers, Dennis McAlister, Doug Yarholar, Mark Brown, Henson, Walker and Nicholson. p. 6 -- Major Arthur J. Stone, Chief of University Security, looks over a 1932 issue of the Sunflower discovered under a bathtub on the second floor of their building. Top news stories in the Eagle and Beacon issues of that time included the kidnapping of the Lingbergh [sic] baby, the Japanese invasion of Shanghai, the falling stock market, and 'Ma' Ferguson. p. 8