The Sunflower, v.79, no.12 (September 25, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, September 25, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Guidelines set: Chairperson proposal ready / Kris Critzer -- ASK proposals ready by November -- Board of Trustees now owns sorority row -- Pioneer black accountant to speak at Friday meeting -- Don't feel safe walking alone? -- Bluegrass footstompers unite; 20,000 attend Winfield festival -- Movie review: Violence overloads new Peckinpah film / J. Paul Porter -- Times changed for Film Society -- The race is on -- Guest column: Cookie sale out; telethon in / Greg Rohloff -- 'The gray' is selected as top short story -- Honors Society to hear Dr. Ben Rogers -- Pre-Med student's meeting set for tomorrow night -- Missing name sparks Warren -- Speaking of sports / Dave Megaffin -- Intramurals
Photograph(s): Allan Baker and Virginia Creamer (above) are in the cast of "A song called home," an original drama directed by WSU senior J. Paul Porter. It will premiere tonight at 8 and play through Saturday. p. 1 -- Sorority row is now the property of the WSU Board of Trustees. The Board purchased the property to make room for the Liberal Arts Building. p. 1 -- Philip Schnedier. p. 5 -- shocker defense impressive at KSU / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 6