The Sunflower, v.81, no.14 (September 24, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 14. Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): The turf’s thin and the track’s down the drain: Bredehoft ‘guesstimates’ replacement costs for both could run $750 thousand / Dan Close -- Six per cent turnout: Freshmen ignore SGA elections -- SGA funds Pershing Rifles, Bond shot down / W. E. Turner -- Rural health care rolling: Mobile classroom brings hope for better patient care to Kansas / Mike Heckman -- If you don't swear, you don’t get paid / Marvin Rau -- Figures of speech parade / David Sours -- Chisholm to speak at WSU -- Top Shock, big Ram may miss CSU tilt / Steve Pike -- Double victory: Spikers show skill -- Women's tennis trip ends with double the trouble -- Recruiting good: Word of mouth draws Aussie tennis player / Hubert Hunt
Photograph(s): Trial and error: Push, Pull-bump. An unweary [sic] student is liable land upside down trying to figure out whether these one-way doors in Jardine Hall turn in or out. / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 1 -- Look-alikes: South Australia's ninth-ranked tennis player, Mark McMahon, looks no more tightly strung than his racquet while waiting to serve on WSU's tennis courts south of Henrion gym. / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 8