The Sunflower, v.79, no.09 (September 18, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, September 18, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Amnesty story two-sided / The Associated Press -- Between police and citizens: Program improves social relations -- Organizations ask for $30,000 -- Information booth answers SGA related questions -- Rack it up in bike racks -- BSU's leadership shifts -- IRC workshop plans activities -- 1975 bike tags available now -- Who loses the most? -- Show them the light -- The way I see it: Committee makes Nixon vaultless / Terry Horne -- Heating and cooling units moved -- Viet Nam vets aren't all guys -- Women speak about revamped program / Melody Janke -- Speaking of sports: 'Fills KSU stadium' / Dave Megaffin -- Guest commentary: KU, WSU ibn same scheduel / John Polson -- Movie review: Bergman's award winning film shows four aspects of woman / Brett Neff -- Record review: "Kansas" performs concert Sunday
Photograph(s): Caught in the never-ending job of construction and remodeling are Harry Kassner and Raynald Martin. The two are replacing gutter around the roof of Jardine Hall / photo by Roger Giesecke. p. 1 -- Two police department members and WSU students combine forces to form The Police Neighborhood Service Center, a social agency between citizens and police dealing with non-criminal problems. p. 1 -- Welcome to the Big 8 / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 6