The Sunflower, v.80, no.11 (September 19, 1975)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 11. Wichita, Kansas, September 19, 1975. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Nuclear power debate reaches no conclusion / Phil Burger -- Frosh election challenged -- A good education: is it possible at WSU? / Debbie Dodge -- Patty Hearst captured -- Alumni editor envisions changes / Paula Brocklesby -- Businessman dies on campus -- Alvin Alley dance troupe will perform in Wichita -- Experimental Theatre to open Wednesday -- Business frat gets June deadline -- Mortar board may be open to men / Anita Hight -- Mexican students to visit WSU -- City to spend $300,000 on vets memorial arch -- Shocks go against K-State / Steve Pike -- The Rams and the Raiders picked for the Super Bowl / Mike Shalin -- WSU netmen beat Bethany -- ASK survey complete
Photograph(s): A small crowd heard Robert Rivet, public relations man for BQI Ward, associate council for the Mid-American coalition for Energy Alternatives over the question of building nuclear power plants. / photo by Roger Gietecke. p. 1 -- Anthony Neville. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 3 -- Gary Spani. p. 6 -- Carl Pennington. p. 6