The Sunflower, v.75, no.44 (March 26, 1971)
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.44. Wichita, Kansas, March 26, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Culture, food, destiny are subjects of MASA Chicano Awareness Week -- Memorial Committee distributes $600,000 -- Fraternity explains non-participation / Sydney Martin -- Woodard to dedicate center in Clinton Hall / Joe Shurtz -- A four day teaching week? / Stephen Earll -- The war goes on -- Letters to the editor -- Students compete during scholarship recognition -- Wichita State track squad opens season at Ark. relays -- Blood supply runs thin -- UCLA no just one step away from another national title -- Carrington heads list of Shocker jumpers -- Dromo quits head job at Louisville University -- Chief Stone talks drugs / Scott Boyd -- SGA prexy candidates give views: McClure discusses SGA failure -- Morse relates legislation -- Student will attend White House conference
Photograph(s): Few students realize that spring has come and gone. Lasting but a few days , it is rumored that summer will not return, and we have digressed into winter. One of the few to take advantage of the short season was Dee Ann Wilcox, University College-1. Today's forecast is partly cloudy and a little warmer. p. 1 -- Three members of Alpha Phi Alpha outline and finalize plans for upcoming projects. / Photo courtesy of Alpha Phi Alpha. p. 1 -- Chief Art Stone, head of University Security, holds a jar containing copious amounts of marijuana, during the Drug Seminar Wednesday morning in the CAC Shocker Lounge. p. 8