The Sunflower, v.77, no.16 (October 27, 1972)
The Sunflower, v.77 no.16. Wichita, Kansas, October 27, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): SGA allocations: Minority recruitment set / Pat Jennings -- Singer Manning says Wichita favorite town -- Indian author picked as Forum Board speaker -- Poll shows Nixon ahead in Kansas -- Shopping complex still planned -- Mortar board honors planned for half-time -- More applicants wanted: Apply -- Candidates' image important: Rational voter is far between, poll sci prof says / Debra Austin -- Newsmen will jab officials in 5th annual gridiron show -- Students to start second faculty evaluation in Dec. -- Students win Press Women Scholarship -- Carvings on show: Sculpture more imaginative / Charlotte Miller -- Affirmative action is new program's goal -- WSU PE corporation named suit defendant -- Bredehoft supports NCAA action 'whole-heartedly' / Randy Hirsch -- Seaman says -- Current practices / Managers seminar set -- Black entertainers set for performance -- Media women stress career preparation -- WSU Angel Flight aids Thai youths
Photograph(s): John Manning (second from left) and a four-man group, Bazaar, will give a concert Sunday in the CAC Ballroom at 2 p.m. The group plays mostly music of the 'apocolypse [sic].' p. 1 -- Rachel Breaseale, UC freshman, registers approval of Matt Swanson's "Architectural Fantasy" art exhibit which opened Monday and may be seen in the CAC McFarland Arts Gallery. p. 6 -- Bobbye Humphrey. p. 6