The Sunflower, v.75, no.46 (April 2, 1971)
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, April 2, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Future schedule changes to be costly, fee payments to be during enrollment / Michael Betz -- Good Times Party contends they will represent Apathy -- College bowl competition planned -- Student relates Washington visit: Personnel offer 'a ready ear' -- University Guidance Ad Hoc committee issues suggestions for improvements -- General Motors executive speaking at WSU today / Joe Shurtz -- Polls show 18 vote is passing / Greg Jaeger -- Voters should examine candidates tactics -- Digging in / G. E. Holmes -- Letters to the editor -- Political Science courses offered as core alternates -- Students demand 3-day moratorium -- Phoenix rises tonight / J. Russell Jones -- Dr. Ahlberg unable to meet with BSU -- Support campaign to begin / Greg Jaeger -- Political resume: 'Take Hold' candidate -- Seaman pleased: Shocks finish first week of drills; Quarterback position strong -- Ali Supreme Court case set April 19 -- Track squad headed for Texas, Oklahoma -- Ali Supreme Court case set April 19 -- By presidential order: Calley released from stockade -- Nixon recieves [sic] favorable reaction -- Orioles favorite to repeat
Photograph(s): Bill Scofield, Liberal Arts-2. and Jean Adams, Liberal Arts-3 compiled their case Monday for the National Debate Tournament of Champions which started at Bloomington-Normal, III. yesterday and will continue through tomorrow. p. 1 -- Antony Ruprecht. p. 3 -- Bouncing a basketball continuously for 36 hours earned $1200 for Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity last spring and members of the fraternity will be conducting their third annual Bounce-a-thon starting today at noon and continuing through midnight Saturday. p. 5