The Sunflower, v.74, no.30 (February 10, 1970)

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1970-02-10
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Article(s): U.S. in danger of becoming warfare state, Senator says / Mary Mitchell -- Center gives birth control info, but only to 'married adults' / Bob Jordan -- Jazzist Urbie Green in 2nd annual concert -- Referendum voting begins Thursday -- Experimental Theatre sponsors 'With love from Charlie Brown' -- ACLU attorney to speak here -- KEYN radio is attacked -- An editorial -- An answer -- CSR (Committee for Student Rights) letter to Presidents Ahlberg and Stucky -- Non-credit courses for spring offered by University College -- Deficit in health personnel challenges nurse programs -- Speaking of sports / Tony Jimenez -- Shockers come home; Play five games here -- Sporting round-up -- Shocker golf a demanding sport / Glenn Meltzer -- Super sports
Photograph(s): McGovern knocks 'em dead. p. 1-- Fail-safe: Free oral contraceptives are available to women through a Sedgwick county clinic. p. 1 -- Amazed: Dave Stone, foreground, as Charlie Brown, watches as his pitch does up and over the backstop. p. 2 -- Pushing it: Students from Campbell Hall at Sterling College hoisted their giant valentine into the sky at KEYN studios Monday. p. 3 -- AP standout: World record holder and Olympic swimmer Debbie Meyer was honored for being named the Associated Press Outstanding Woman Athlete of 1969. (AP Wirephoto). p. 8 -- Decade's best: Arnold Palmer, named Athlete of the Decade by the Associated Press, is pictured in typical pose at Palm Springs, Calif., where he's competing in Desert Golf Classic tournament. (AP Wirephoto). p. 8
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The Sunflower: Our 74th year of editorial freedom, v.74 no.30. Wichita, Kansas, February 10, 1970. - 8 pages
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