The Sunflower, v.80, no.14 (September 26, 1975)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 14. Wichita, Kansas, September 26, 1975. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Everybody dances to mover’s tune / Kelly Humphries -- No free bus tickets from student's money -- Kate Millett speaks today -- DeSocio wins ‘Mr. Speech’ / Mike Taylor -- Jury reaches mistrial for pie assassin -- Music fraternity hosts regional convention -- First Watkins professor to be Dr. George Ungar -- Millet’s [sic] sex concepts expanded / R. Bretton Neff -- Native American dancers celebrate Indian day -- Philosophy forum: If women become equal / Debbie Dodge -- Sorority hosts Joyland fun night -- Striplin hits with experimental play / Alan Schroeder -- [George] Harrison album coming -- Jefferson Starship show to he here in October -- Slide show of sculpture includes WSU grad's work -- Symphony orchestra plans gala opening -- WSU bowlers ready for first meet -- Shocks last Big Eight clash Saturday / Steve Pike -- Shocker tennis team finishes second to KU -- Darling to speak in Finland / Paula Brocklesby
Photograph(s): Captain Olln Tapley, of the Wichita Sedwick County Ambulance service, right, displays and demonstrates the uses of equipment in a standard ambulance for a group of students from classes in the Life Science Building. From the left are Sharon Crozier, Elaine Strunk, Paul Davis and Tapley. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1 -- Terry Kunz; David Williams. p. 7