The Sunflower, v.78, no.04 (September 14, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.4. Wichita, Kansas, September 14, 1973. - 12 pages
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Article(s): FA students upset over disrupted classes / Terry Horne -- Parnassus photo turnout light -- Are CAC Bookstore items overpriced? / Linn Hollingsworth --SGA action supports new library policy / Dan Bearth -- Speaker has covered the world -- Movie review: 'The man who loved cat dancing' / J. Paul Porter -- Profs' book explores cattle drives / Pan Vandaveer -- Where there’s smokers - must there be fire? -- Student photos, anyone? -- WSU group: Fight for amnesty continues -- WSU health service offers tests, shots -- Decline expected in spring jobs -- Viola recital opens Faculty Artist Series -- Play moved to Wliner lounge -- Tax preparation course offered -- Guest Artist Series set to open Oct. 11 -- New service for women to provide counseling -- New SID named -- Shocker bullpen -- Women sport teams ready for action -- CC race is on / Rick Plumlee -- Shocks against Aggies -- Intramurals change for the better? / Dan Lies
Photograph(s): Read The Sunflower continuing series on CAC services to students. Future articles will explore the reasons underlying the divergences in prices between the CAC and local merchants. p. 1 -- Wenesday's rainstorm caught many students unprepared. The CAC bookstore reported a boom in the sales of umbrellas and raincoats. p. 9