The Sunflower, v.76, no.01 (September 3, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 3, 1971. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Beer issue facing Board of Regents -- 'What a mess': Long lines plague registration -- Look both ways on Yale -- Fall fees boosted slightly to raise CAC salary level -- Potential debaters urged to attend Wednesday meet -- Ablah operations open to student suggestions -- Sunflower comments: Changes punished -- WSU's numerous happenings offer diversified awareness -- Beer in CAC could solve problems when viewed as a revenue source -- Busy year expected: Morse explains SGA outlook -- SGA considers budget during first meeting -- Movies will never replace novel says WSU's writer in residence -- Together helps students stay, and succeed -- Innovative theater season set -- Ahlbergs to host International Club -- New programs, departments mark University's CHRP growth -- Stand-pat budget hurts: Ahlberg cites WSU growth -- WSU band sets theme for marching show -- Political Science makes changes -- Hope to grant degrees: Administration of Justice expands -- Student Health Service moves to new quarters -- Shocker Week: New students meet WSU -- A step forward: WSU gets woman 'patrolman' -- Russell boosts season ticket sales to record high -- Three co-captains elected by Shocker football team -- Frosh face tough six-game start / David Jimenez
Photograph(s): Students brave heat, rain and long lines to pay fees. p. 1 -- Machinery rumbles and earth moves - as construction begins on WSU's new Life Sciences Building. p. 2 -- [Richard] Yates. p. 6 -- [Clark D.] Ahlberg. p. 9 -- Kansas' first woman patrol officer. Predicts more women will follow. p. 12 -- Charlie Harrington, Randy Jackson, John Hoheisal: Selected football co-captains for the 1971 Shocker season. p. 15