The Sunflower, v.75, no.17 (October 30, 1970)

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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, October 30, 1970. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Demonstration becomes disruption: Students arrested at CSR anti-Agnew demonstration / Steve Koski -- Homecoming: Lend your support / Mike James -- 'No typical university student' Agnew says, disturbances caused by 'small minority' / Michael Bates -- Agnew centers on New Left slogan / Matt Letts -- Nixon draws fireworks -- Police actions lack judgment -- Candidates avoid real issues -- Letters to the editor -- View from Hill’s side / Richard Hill -- SGA passes student parking resolutions -- Services today for dead athlete [John Taylor] -- Now operates at 10,000 watts: KMUW dedicates new equipment / Stephen Earll -- Homecoming activities include parade, carnival -- KU homecoming tradition dies -- Donations come from WSU class -- Postponed homecoming game: Shockers host Cincinnati -- Missouri Valley crown still up for grabs -- Proposal to cut athletic spending formulated by Financial Committee -- Arkansas fans write McClellan / Mr, and Mrs. Charles R. Moore -- Shockers host meet: Wilson's feelings uncertain / David Jimenez
Photograph(s): Michael N. Bates, a journalism student at Wichita State, is pictured conducting an interview with Vice President Spiro Agnew in Agnew's hotel suite during his visit to Wichita. p. 1 -- City police officers escorted this youth and twelve others across the street to jail after a disturbance broke out at a CSR sponsored Anti-Agnew Rally near Century II Thursday. The youths were later released on bond. (See related picture page 6). p. 1 -- John Taylor. p. 5 -- A demonstrator at Thursday night's CSR rally holds a Vern Miller campaign sign, while others in the background protest Vice President Spiro Agnew's appearance in Wichita. p. 6 -- Freshman cheerleaders are busily making banners which were seen in the CAC last week, and will be used also for Homecoming. p. 8 -- Members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon are shown constructing a giant Shocker in front of Wilner Auditorium. p. 8 -- [Men] of Sigma Pi Epsilon are at work constructing a float which will be used in the Homecoming parade. p. 9 -- Members of Beta Theta Pi paint a giant Shocker which is to be part of their Homecoming float. p. 9