The Sunflower, v.80, no.26 (October 24, 1975)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 26. Wichita, Kansas, October 24, 1975. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): SG A wants court policy -- Women’s honor society now open to men who want to help women -- Free U silversmithing class saves money / Phil Burger -- Business course slated -- Students selected for ‘Who’s Who’ -- Housing office expands -- WSU Branch sponsors conference -- It makes no sense to have only one student sit on the University Tenure Committee -- AWARE: We don't just meet to gripe about men -- Et cetera / Marsh Galloway -- Marriage not all poetry for writers / Paula Brockesby -- Spanish contest will be Saturday -- 30 bands to perform Nov. 1 at WSU Festival Band Day -- Dance major proposed by enthusiasts -- Propaganda play set -- Dallas violist to appear -- Ronstadt creates a 'Heat Wave' -- Free Beer: put down your glass and listen -- Brown-bag workshops set -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- New healing techniques examined -- Young debaters on road -- Shocks look for third win -- Steve Pike -- '75 Series was truly a classic / Mike Shalin -- Basketball ticket policy set -- Women spikers beat KU, K-State -- Steve Hart -- Vet director claims no G.I. Bill abuse at WSU / Neil Cook -- Arnold Air seeks blood drive donors
Photograph(s): Sheet metal workers picket Thursday at the site of the new liberal Arts Building. The strikers were protesting unfair union practices. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1 -- A student of the Free University silversmithing class displays his skill with an acetelyn [sic] torch and a piece of silver. p. 1 -- A student in Jerry Kyle’s Free University silversmithing class works on a ring setting. p. 3