The Sunflower, v.80, no.22 (October 15, 1975)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 22. Wichita, Kansas, October 15, 1975. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Sales stopped on academic titles -- Sex discrimination task force requested -- Senate seeks room policy -- Israeli leader speaks on prospects -- Pleasing life in U.S. offsets homesickness / Marie Gettings -- History society sponsors Indian talk -- The great beer bust -- New type of welfare: Government loses in GI Bill fraud / Diane Auerbach -- Rising star to shine on Wichita -- Lights fall, mar party for artist -- Sondheim musical opens new WSU theater season -- Quarterback shuffle?: Richardson is 'Wright pick' / Mike Shalin -- Men, women cagers begin practice -- Women’s volleyball B’s split on road -- Reds win 6-5 in 10 , lead Series 2-1 -- Bikecentennial to form tours
Photograph(s): A record breaking sunny day Monday brought art students out of their classes to draw the pastoral scenes of fall campus life at Wichita State University. / photo by Marsh Galloway. p.1 -- Christian Daniel / Tom Armstrong. p. 3 -- Barry Manilow. p. 5 -- Dr. Martin Busch, assistant vice president for academic resources and development was filmed in an interview with artist Richard Anuszkiewicz for KPTS, channel 8, during the artist's visit here this month. / photo by Marsh Galloway. p. 5 -- Clay Richardson; Sam Adkins. p. 6