The Sunflower, v.76, no.39 (March 3, 1972)
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.39. Wichita, Kansas, March 3, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Senate meeting cut quorum not present / Bil Whitehead -- Dormies nothing but talk in quest for world record -- City residents at odds with street planners -- Campus crime on a plateau 'no expected increase' Stone -- Woman speaker slated Monday -- Improved intramural, recreational facilities hoped for distant goal -- WSU nursing reflects health care philosophy -- Women ask transportation for Institute of Logopedics -- Future aged cared for by concerns of todays [sic] young -- Editorial comment: Penal system antiquated today -- Cite Senate initiative -- The greatest shows on Earth / Kevin Cook and Doug King -- Blood clots greater risk: Pill users not cancer prone -- Women take the initiative leap for eligible bachelor -- WSU Symphony, concert bands, wind ensemble appear Sunday -- University Singers plus Chamber Singers play -- Two men's honoraries initiate new members -- Female roundball team drops play-off game -- Final road game: Missed free throws cost win -- Buffaloes, Eagles are final WSU opponents -- For childless students: Insurance not needed -- Wichitans sent back musically by Dirt Band / Gary Owen
Photograph(s): Bob Miller, Carla Broadfoot, Craig Christopher: Fairmount's Miller, Grace Wilkie's Broadfoot, Brenna's Christopher opened phone marathon. p. 2 -- Terry Benten. p. 7 -- "That really cracks me up": Versatile John McEuen of The Dirt Band gives his favorite line. p. 8