The Sunflower, v.78, no.10 (October 9, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.10. Wichita, Kansas, October 9, 1973. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Atty. Gen. opinion expected to label WSU policy illegal -- NSA calls for student union -- Sunflower affected: Newsprint shortage -- Writer takes look at SGA accomplishments / Dan Bearth -- Students' cars towed, dispute not settled -- Precedent-setting case: Sex discrimination charged -- WSU enrollment at all-time high -- Two band groups to appear tonight in joint concert -- Smith Singers appear Thursday -- Pianist grad student to present a recital -- Orchestra will host clinic for teachers -- Barricades? -- War prevention, best known cure -- Down with budgetary transfers! -- Nolan Faidley’s outlook: Honesty IS best policy -- Veteran's corner -- Exterior restoration planned for buildings -- Day of appreciation scheduled Monday for Kenyan student -- Local consumer expert reports renter rights -- 10-year outlook: Report urges doubled tuition / Dan Bearth -- Student collects books to fight African shortage -- Cards gat the inches to beat Shocks 24-10 -- CC team takes third / Rick Plumlee -- Field hockey -- Netmen lose -- Golfers win -- Chauvinists, libbers meet -- Bookstore reports receiving few book orders from faculty
Photograph(s): The gentlemen of Cyprus confer with their Commander in a scene from Shakespeare’s "Othello." The play is being presented by the WSU University Theater starting Thursday at 8 p.m. in Wilner. p. 1 / photo by Kevin Bilderbace -- Yesterday's unseasonably warm weather brought many a touch of spring fever to WSU. These two students seem affected by the bug. / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer -- Seth Musisi. p.5 -- Dr. Howard Nickel, sitting on a panel discussion on Male Chauvinism, accepted a rose from a female participant. / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 8