The Sunflower, v.76, no.52 (April 28, 1972)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.52. Wichita, Kansas, April 28, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): ABC Science editor to speak: Engineers to hold open house -- Chicano Week features theater and speakers -- SANE hopes to stop funding of SGA, MUN -- WSU graduation exercises scheduled May 14 in arena -- Students to return to polls for contested SGA election -- ROTC cadets to be awarded for service -- Art scholarships awarded to ten -- Twenty-five years of service: Seven faculty to be honored -- Wichita State discriminates -- The greatest show on Earth / Kevin Cook and Doug King -- WSU student is political intern -- Summer theater again has permanent acting troupe -- Police instructors schedule meeting -- Holland shoots 70: Golfers tied for first place -- Shocks go to Drake, Southwestern relays -- Soccer and track end next week -- Navy recruiters welcome 'confrontation' from vets
Photograph(s): WSU nursing students: decorate boxes for toy collection campaign for children in Wichita hospital pediatric wards. Collection points for the month long drive, which begins Monday, May 1, will be located at Wichita area McDonald Hamburger stands and the CAC. p. 1 -- Jules Bergman. p. 1 -- Senior cocaptain Keith Pharr: Shock distance man has three school records. p-. 7 -- Shock senior Gary Holland. p. 7 -- New spirit squad was recently selected. New pompon girls are: front row, left to right; Karen Kelly, Judi Stucky, Paulene Smith and Laurine Wisner. Back row, left to right; Nacy Fagan, Jan Hinde, Kim Cooper, Gloria Watson and Debbie Popp. Sheila Skelton is not shown. Selected for yell leaders were Kevin Brown, Steve Grillot, Wes McCary. Bob Schmidt. Craig Palmateer and Lucius Woodard. Charlie O'Hara was chosen as Mr. Shocker. p. 8