The Sunflower, v.76, no.24 (December 3, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.24. Wichita, Kansas, December 3, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Common cause leader seeks reform through citizen action / Kevin Cook -- For spring publication: Faculty rated by students -- Madrigal, WSU singers Christmas concert series -- Appeal process set: Tenure amendment okayed -- Student prexys, administrators plead for added states monies -- Kappa Pi Art Fair features student artist's exhibitions -- 2 students in Chicago for voter conference -- Sunflower comments: Ape tops crusader -- Sunflower may: Never say die -- Common cause chief interviewed: Lobby's fingers in many pies -- Student reps request campus voter sign-up -- Ethnic music will be examined in music education seminar here -- ROTC blood campaign participants awarded -- Shocks coast to easy season opening win -- Better financing needed: APE programs slight females -- Gridders, harriers honored: Jackson, Pharr receive awards
Photograph(s): Champion of the common cause: John Gardner, founder of a citizen's lobby. p. 1 -- In memoriam: WSU dedicated it's [sic] permanent memorial "To those who dies in Colorado Oct. 2, 1970" in ceremonies Sunday. p. 3 -- Ron Harris shoots, Terry Benton rebounds: Shocker senior all-conference performers show specialties against AIA. p. 7