The Sunflower, v.78, no.19 (November 13, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.19. Wichita, Kansas, November 13, 1973. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Raw farm prices drop but CAC levels same / Greg Rohloff -- Faculty to judge fine policy -- Nixon will give judge unsubpoenaed records -- Gas rationing eminent by next spring, Love -- New family center planned / Robbie Curry -- Well known pianist to appear Thursday -- High school seniors to be here next week -- Five part documentary: Program views heart disease -- Campus blood drive short of goals -- New course offerings -- Veteran's corner -- More budget transfers / Greg Rohloff -- The pigskin politician hangs in there / Nolan Faidley -- Free tuition hours: Parents Day features drawing -- Culmination of women's week: Women honored at banquet -- Students who file early get first crack at federal jobs -- Shockers lose to Brazilians -- First quarter costly for WSU / Rick Plumlee -- Henry Levitt site of women's state volleyball tilt -- JVs score late to upend Pratt -- Docking to make major announcement concerning energy -- Proposed Engineering Building: Construction planned for campus next year / Dan Bearth -- Bowling
Photograph(s): "The Killers," a 90-miniue TV documentary, will examine the wide range of methods to detect heart problems. p. 1 -- Nancy Vobejida, WSU coed will appear in Orchesis this weekend. / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 1 -- Action at last night's game between WSU and the Brazilian National Team in Henry Levitt Arena. p. 7