The Sunflower, v.77, no.15 (October 24, 1972)
The Sunflower, v.77 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, October 24, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): D.A. candidates tell their views / Pat Jennings -- Good response given annual high school Spanish contest -- Chicago Today editor visits WSU tomorrow -- Chicano vocal group set for WSU concert -- Fencing begins for new Fine Arts Center -- Former A X-15 pilot ROTC commandant -- Young writers meet in Paola -- 'Teatro Chicano': Sketches set tonight -- College 'Who’s Who' list includes 36 WSU seniors -- Education a big plus in US for immigrant -- The budget and reserves -- Landlords must follow set guidelines under Phase II -- Help arrives for wayward girls -- Nader profiles available soon -- Frustrations of bureaucracy dramatized in 'The Consul’ -- Men bowlers dumped as women move on up into second place -- Stevens is MVC best -- Cross-country team overtakes North Texas / Ralph Hirsch -- Cardinals fly by Shockers / Bob Kerr -- Media Appreciation Day: WSU pays honor to media -- 'Medline’ offers immediate access to medical literature -- Economics chairman chosen NTA director -- WSU to host visitors for Merit Day program -- Graduate school still seeks dean
Photograph(s): Wichita grabs last: Sunflower at the corner of Market and Douglas. The Sunflower currently is distributed free at 12 different locations throughout the city. p. 1 -- WSU Shockers and politicians meet face to face during recent CAC Activities Council sponsored 'Campaign '72.' Melody Everhart, CAC Program Coordinator, said the response and participation were "fantastic." p. 1 -- With the construction of McKnight Art Building, the surviving pillars of the 1965 art building fire are to be moved to 17 and Fairmount. Only three of seven pillars are to remain standing because when the capstone is removed, the columns will not be self-standing. p. 1 -- Ananda Marga Yoga: Society members move furnishings into the Vistara halfway house for girls. p. 5 -- Tony Marshall breaks up Cardinals’ play while Ken LeBlanc watches. p. 7 -- Cross country runners spread out over the course. p. 7