The Sunflower, v.79, no.14 (September 30, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.14. Wichita, Kansas, September 30, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Traditional education & experience: Med branch offers mixed bag / Brett Neff -- Foreign students find jobs despite redtape / Kris Critzer -- Underdog Dole blames Ford: Dole-Roy battle goes nation-wide -- Debate worth warm spit? -- Wednesday memorial marks anniversary of plane crash -- Hold dance auditions -- Guard work earns credit for student / A. J. Allen -- No sex discrimination: Women work on landscape crew -- Changing seasons -- Not concerned with issues: 'Nobody’s going to beat Miller’ -- Free University registration continues -- Traffic control for athletic events -- Hudson only bright spot: Shockers swamped -- Crew Club meeting set -- Speaking of sports / Dave Megaffin -- Cross-country runners finish 2 -- Draft-dodger attempts to win total amnesty -- Group counseling for students: Counseling starts this week
Photograph(s): Randall K. Fahrenholtz examines data studies at the WSU Branch of the University of Kansas School of Medicine. The first Branch class of 14 students will graduate this May. p. 1 -- University Security lost out in the tangle between the semi-trailer and the patrol car. The accident occurred Friday near the construction site for the engineering building. The semi turned off the 18th St. and caught the corner of the patrol car. Nobody was hurt in the wreck, / photo by Roger Giesecke. p. 1 -- Ramona Soza, and Kathy McBride carry out duties as part of WSU’s landscape maintenance crew. Seven women are currently employed with the crew. p. 3