The Sunflower, v.79, no.11 (September 23, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, September 23, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): New Liberal Arts and Sciences Building gets nod -- Deserters must wade red tape for amnesty -- Senators hear discussion on role of chairperson -- Greeks boast active campus life -- Security cruise action-packed: Assault, battery lead offenses on campus -- 20 years experience brings seventh bank on Samoans -- A comfort to Ford -- An inflation break? -- Class studies sexual problems -- SGA to appropriate $15,000: Budget committee hears requests -- Old-age symtons [sic] result from dying brain cells -- Shocks place five to win harrier title / Steve Shaad, photos by Ginny Kaymeyer -- 'Cats blitz Shockers, 17-0 / Dave Megaffin -- The presidents get together / Terry Horne -- Original drama unfolds in Experimental Theater -- WSU Theater celebrates fifty years of achievement / Brett Neff
Photograph(s): Approval for WSU’s new Liberal Arts and Sciences Building will put wheels on Greek houses along sorority row. If the necessary city zoning goes as planned, sororities will be placed near Corbin Education Center north of 21st Street. p. 1 -- McKnight Arts Complex caught the eye of beginning drawing students Friday. The new structure is scheduled for completion within the next two months. p. 1 -- Sam Crowl is anchored by the printed matter as Friday afternoon and near perfect weather coupled to vacate the WSU campus. p. 5 -- El Ray King and Phil Ellis, 33, (above) are the chief defenders in this goal line stand. Bob Larsen, 93, (below) races to recover the first of nine Wildcat fumbles. The Shocks recovered five on the day. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 7