The Sunflower, v.79, no.06 (September 11, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.6. Wichita, Kansas, September 11, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): University Senate contemplates collective bargaining for faculty / A. J. Allen -- Sampling shows faculty split on presidential for Nixon / Kris Critzer -- Between-class hikes cause difficulty for students with cross-campus classes -- Survey shows WSU students disfavor President Ford’s granting Nixon amnesty -- Curiosity satisfied at Free U, tuition, tests are dirty words -- Pre-med club organized for med-field students -- Student senate hears report: A student may serve as a regent -- WSU trains physician assistants -- Way to call 'e, Jerry -- Prompt dismissal -- Where's that book?: Director claims book theft low -- 'Opera Gala’ opens faculty series -- WSU signs Brazilian all-star -- Women's basketball -- Jantz named net coach -- Yankees bounce Bosox -- Sam, Phil take team honors in NMSU game -- Cross country team to defend MVC crown -- Smith runs for 2nd title / J. E. Knapp
Photograph(s): The new $3.75 million engineering building south of the library, should be completed in about two years. Covering a total area of 80,000 square feet, the structure will house laboratories for the departments of aeronautical, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering. p. 1 -- Ed Dresel, left, will be an important roan in the life of Harty Miller, right, as the WSU head basketball coach converses with his international recruit, with his international recruit, Milton Setrini, middle. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 6 -- Phil Ellis, 33 (above), and Sam Adkins, 5 (below), ran away withy the defensive and offensive honors last week against New Mexico State. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 6