The Sunflower, v.82, no.20 (Sepember 28, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 20. Wichita, Kansas, September 28, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Alcohol causes fetal damage / Judy Moulos -- New pregnancy test is faster, more reliable / Kate McLemore -- WSU security chief requests name change -- Garfield takes on dean’s job / Kate McLemore -- Recall would be a step backward / Patrick Jennings -- Group insurance plan approved by Senate -- Images: The Sunflower literary section: MIkrokosmos a pleasant surprise; Rhyme and reason / Pat Williams -- Details given for Danforth Fellowships -- Library gets $1000 -- Laws for mopeds confusing, treated as motorcycles at WSU -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- Memorial service to be held Friday -- David Frost opens Forum Series -- University record / edited by Marsh Galloway -- Moore, Vincent named outstanding -- Tennis team loses to ORU -- Volleyballers to face Emporia, put 9-2 record on the line -- Golf rates changed
Photograph(s): Finishing up: Welders putting the finishing touches to the Shocker Mountain ski slope send forth bright electric arcs and showers of sparks while building the artificial hill under the west stands of Cessna Stadium. Dedication ceremonies for the slope will be today at 2 p.m. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Testing: Bonnie Harrison, an Associated Laboratory employee, doing a Saxena pregnancy test. The new testing procedure can detect pregnancy within 10 days after conception with 99.5 percent accuracy. / photo by S. Taylor-Harris. p. 1 -- New dean: Nancy Jane Garfield, the new WSU associate dean of student life and services, says she will not be a tradition-bound Dean of Women, but will act as a supervisor, clearing house and problem solver. / photo by Joan Wareing. p. 3