The Sunflower, v.75, no.51 (May 4, 1971)
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.51. Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1971. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Fee allocations announced; SGA ’cut’ really an increase / Kevin Cook -- ROTC awards, ceremony this morning -- Peace Action Coalition protests start Wed. -- Hugo Wall Fellowship Fund: Funds raised for dual purpose -- Emeriti rank, sabbatical leaves granted for faculty members -- WSU Twig Benders to be honored -- Vocal Shockers to perform -- Disease with 4000 year history is still prevalent among Blacks -- Library books focus on Jewish culture -- Students prepare identity package for zoo -- Honorary circle formed at WSU -- Mortar Board elects officers -- Cuts retard Ph.D. program / Kim Cavanagh -- Business students problems listed by programs director -- WSU spring drills end with intersquad game -- Cullins heads NTS golfers with hopes of defending title -- MVC winds up 64th year of competition this week: Track; Baseball; Sports trophy; Tennis; Golf; MVC notes -- Plans made for World Games
Photograph(s): In memory of fellow students, a fraternity of the College of Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, presented a bronze plaque to F. D. Jabara (above) dean of the College of Business Administration, today in a brief ceremony attended by about 70 persons. / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 1 -- Dr. Hugo Wall. p. 2 -- Rabbi Thomas Liebschutz (foreground) of the Temple Emanu-El presented ten books on Jewish history, literature and philosophy to Russell E. Dybdahl, Acting Director of Libraries yesterday. Dybdahl is shown placing the volumes in a display case on the main floor of Ablah Library where they will remain for four weeks. / Photo by Mike Bates. p. 6 -- Mike Tinnin, linebacker studies Saturday’s action. / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 11 -- Tony Marshall (14) and Jack Fisher (16) force Don Gilley to drop a pass. / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 11