The Sunflower, v.75, no.47 (April 20, 1971)

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1971-04-20
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, April 20, 1971. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Heritage Week will include music, drama, 'cultural mania’ -- WSU students protest Topeka education cuts / Richard Hill -- Tate murderers get gas chamber -- Brother of Ike to speak at Eisenhower Lecture Series -- New Kansas Senate bills may affect WSU affiliates -- Health Professions is recipient of $30,000 -- Upward Bound students to broadcast radio program -- Coed awarded memorial prize -- Freshman orientation to begin / Judy Wortham -- Evening class enrollment is set back one week -- The Western mythology / Leona Durham -- Letters to the editor -- Greek Fireside Chat is origin of a president's council / Carol Odevseff -- Mortar Board 'taps' juniors -- YAF denounces underground papers / Greg Jaeger -- Ahlberg to rap with students -- 8 creative courses offered / Lon Teter -- Research Center adds 'survey package’ / Joe Shurtz -- Theatre workshop gives students free reign / Margaret O'Brien -- Dacca professor elaborates on Pakistan’s recent civil war -- University honors 443 -- Ryun creats [sic] speculation about comeback with Saturday's mile -- Pharr sparks Wichita State track squad -- Table tennis team returns from China -- Ali given 30 minutes to tell why he should be free from jail
Photograph(s): Joe Orton’s ‘Loot’ see page 8, and page 2 Experimental Theatre. p. 1 -- Dr. Milton Eisenhower. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photographs of 'Loot' Experimental Theatre production / Photos by Gerry Burns. p. 8 -- Keith Pharr. p. 11
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