The Sunflower, v.74, no.33 (February 20, 1970)

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The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.33. Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1970. - 12 pages
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Article(s): 'Hair' gets closer to WSU arena -- Campus beer controversy still tied up in legislature -- Bookstore manager answers student senate allegations -- Censorship illegal in collegiate press -- Demonstration here Saturday to protest Chicago 7 decision -- Sunflower criticized: Budget increase given Parnassus, Sunflower at publications meeting -- Spain guitarists to perform with Wichita Symphony -- Art department hosts open house -- Welsbacher and 'Hair" -- Letters to the editor -- Ratboy's notebooks / J. Russell Jones -- 'Hair' draws professors, SGA to comment: Banning action called 'chickening out' move / Donna Johnson; Drama prof questions censorship authority / Carol Hinshaw; Resolution condemns action / Mike Bates -- 'Hair': It's fresh and frank and fun / Clive Barnes -- DARE gives credit for adjusting to college life / Mickey Betz -- Audiovisual offers post for listening -- Hatred, grief, revenge, themes of university theatre play -- Debate team scores wins in tournament -- KU Senate votes August fee hike -- Students recommend abolition of P.E. requirement -- Book review: 'Portnoy' complains of hang-ups / Sydney Martin -- Final approach / Diane Curtis -- Shocks lose in overtime 90-83: Drake's dynamo overloads Shocks / Mike Appelhans -- Harriers meet Okla. today -- Intramural basketball championship Tuesday -- Nine declared ineligible: 36 athletes make 'B' average -- Ends brilliant three years: 'Littlest Shocker' Greg Carney 'biggest' man in court / Dan Matthews
Photograph(s): Hair: Members of the cast performing in the controversial American tribal-love rock musical Hair. p. 1 -- Dean James Rhatigan. p. 1 -- Protesters: In Seattle. Wash., riot-equipped police close in on youth and girl during window smashing spree near federal courthouse to protest contempt sentences against defendents [sic] at Chicago conspiracy trial. (A P Wirephoto) p. 2 -- Pub board: The board of publications hassles with decisions concerning 'Sunflower' criticisms and budge! problems. p. 3 -- WSU-Drake: Shocker Ron Soft (30) goes high in the air against a Drake defender. Soft played an outstanding game last night against a tough Drake team. Soft gathered in 12 rebounds and scored 11 points. The Shocks lost the over-time game 90-83. p. 11 -- Greg Carney. p. 12
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The Sunflower
v.74 no.33
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