The Sunflower, v.75, no.45 (March 30, 1971)
The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.45. Wichita, Kansas, March 30, 1971. - 20 pages
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Article(s): Student vote will decide fate of proposed environment tax / Michael Betz -- Candidates to debate student questions -- Manson given death -- Faculty feature: Former MP in Political Science / Karen Mileham -- Miller's ethics challenged -- Out in the open / Mike Bates -- Letters to the editor -- Get out and vote -- Blacks present 13 demands 'to preserve our survival' -- Sunflower exclusive: Student candidates previewed in special election issue: Presidential candidates; Vice presidents views; Treasurer viewpoints; Senior class presidents; Junior class presidents; Sophomore presidents; Proportional representatives; Liberal Arts representatives; Engineering representatives; Education representatives; Business representatives; Fine Arts representatives; Graduate representatives; University Senate; Dormitory representatives; Health related representatives -- AFROTC two-year program to begin -- Carrington top performer for Wichita places in three events at Arkansas -- Muhammad Ali expects Frazier rematch to be his last fight -- Banner Field expected for Kansas relays -- Depth in weight events shallow Wilson counting on six men -- MVC - Big draft selections -- Ex-Wichita State graduate earns Friends letter for broadcasting -- Students can join alumni, faculty club -- Awareness Week continues -- Morse - Christopher - Pinkham platform -- Take Hold party platform -- A Wichita State University election issue
Photograph(s): Spring, like Thoreau's Walden Pond, provides a background for contemplative thought about the meaning of life. Photo editor Gerry Burns captured that mood in this picture of a student quietly walking on a spring day. p. 1 -- Deborah Longstaff, Good Times. p. 6 -- David McClure, Take Hold. p. 6 -- John R. Morse, Independent. p. 7 -- Kathleen Dolan, Take Hold. p. 7 -- Craig E. Christopher, Independent. p. 7 -- Kelly D. Pinkham, Independent. p. 7 -- Terry Carnahan, Take Hold. p. 8 -- L to R: Mike McGee, Johnny Tarrant, Dennis Richardson. p. 11 -- Mexican American art exhibit. p. 12