The Sunflower, v.75, no.50 (April 30, 1971)
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, April 30, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Is it wrong for women to visit Kansas Reformatory? Warden says yes - 106 WSU sociology students say no / Marcia Lester -- Museum of Man features unusual collection of items -- CAC in trouble, students to pay -- Commemoration to be paid in memory of fellow students -- Undefeated for MVL championship: Debaters break 35 year tradition -- Who's fighting for what? -- Student tutors voluntarily let children know they’re concerned / Scott Boyd -- 'Sinfonia for Wichita' will include original compositions of WSU faculty members -- Conference championships in track, field and golf set for next weekend at WSU -- Football hopes rest with superhero
Photograph(s): Did 'Big Bird' escape from Sesame Street? No, this is one of several elaborate ceremonial masks used by Indians of the Northwest Coast and now on display at the Museum of Man, second floor of McKinley Hall. / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 1 -- Ross Hollander, one of the four members of the debate team, inspected six of the trophies the team was awarded at the Missouri Valley Championship last weekend. / Photo by Gerry Bums. p. 2 -- James Riley, associate professor of music theory, and Walter Mays, assistant professor of music theory, were two School of Music instructors recently involved with taping a special program for KPTS 8 in conjunction with Sinfonia Music Fraternity. p. 6