The Sunflower, v.79, no.08 (September 16, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.8. Wichita, Kansas, September 16, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Due to lack of funds: WSU night students get fewer benefits / Dan Burson -- New physical therapy program needs accreditation to stay alive -- Nixon promised pardons for former aides -- Trend throughout the U.S.: College enrollment suffers -- U.S. studies show riders at fault in bike accidents -- Limited parking plagues Grace Wilkie, Brennan -- Freshmen candidates voice platforms and goals -- Take another look -- Important decisions -- Letter requirements -- College editors comment on voting, rape and Nixon -- Fish farming: Have a catfish for dinner / Betty Kelso -- Folk art center gives people place to express creativeness -- Sixteen member family beats cost of living -- New WFSLA scholarship goes to Richard Thode -- County has open clinic -- Soviets burn art exhibit -- OSU 59, WSU 0 -- Shocks snare CC win / Steve Shaad -- Egge, 'prevent injury' / Suzi Saye -- Some congressmen benefit: Maritime union fills kitty -- Eight receive scholarships
Photograph(s): Partly cloudy skies and scattered showers in the forecast for Wichita today and tomorrow. Highs should be in the upper 60s to mid 70s. p. 1 -- The World's Largest Prairie Dog entertained a crowd of about 150 at KMUW's open air concert Sunday. Watermelon was provided for students who wanted it. / photos by Roger Giesecke. p. 6 -- Oklahoma State 's bruising fullback George Palmer struggles to free himself from the grasp of Don Burford in Saturday's action. Lower photo shows Palmer scoring on next play. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 7