The Sunflower, v.74, no.50 (May 5, 1970)

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The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.50. Wichita, Kansas, May 5, 1970. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Students call for campus-wide strike -- Four students fatally shot in Ohio protest -- Senators, communists join in mutual blast of Nixon’s move -- Ford speech rescheduled for Thursday -- New disciplinary court: Ahlberg names court justices -- Snowman called 'legend' -- USOE expects drain on school loan money -- Artist shows major work -- Strike Thursday -- Mickey Mouse minority / Sydney Martin -- Letters to the editor -- Sunflower sports editor wins journalism scholarship award -- YAF, VOC hold rally for American prisoners -- Tri Delts-Phi Delts take home top awards in Hippodrome festivities -- Despite team loss: Carrington stars at Fort Hayes / Dan Matthews -- Netters victorious in match Saturday
Photograph(s): Drive: U.S. troops in armored personnel carriers halt in a jungle clearing inside the Cambodian border during drive toward the suspected location of a Viet Cong headquarters and communications center. p. 1 -- Meanwhile: WSU’s annual May Day festivities took place over the weekend. (See story page 7.) p. 1 -- Gentle: This week's Sweetheart is honor student Christina Lynam. University College freshman. Christ! likes peaceful surroundings, gentle people and politics. p. 2 -- Peter Max. p. 3 -- Phil Lepak. p. 5 -- Hare-hair: Delta Gamma’s skit at Hippodrome was a hit with the audience as they satirized the City Commission’ s banning of "Hair” from Century II. p. 7
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