The Sunflower, v.76, no.53 (May 2, 1972)
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.53. Wichita, Kansas, May 2, 1972. - 12 pages
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Article(s): New tenure policy adopted at meeting of WSU faculty -- ABC Science editor: Technology misused -- WSU Model UN team named among winners -- SANE petition defeated for now, hope to resurrect issue in fall / Kevin Cook -- Statement of grievances filed against SGA elections -- Rain no deterrent: Kappa Sigs and DG's win -- Bicycling will reflect safety drive of VFW -- Students advised to work now for 1973-74 Sunflower positions -- Morse earns praise -- SANE petition may come back in fall -- Candidates try to void election -- Women's PE banquet scheduled Wednesday -- Sports are different: WSU benefits foreign athlete / Gary Owen -- Freshmen runner sets new record -- Track distance runner proud of his brothers -- Woman athlete versatile: Mastery of sports is thrill -- Rewarding work: Switchboard flashes interest / Carla Roberts
Photograph(s): Jules Bergman talks in a panel discussion at WSU: Newsman's visit highlights engineers' two-day open house. p. 1 -- WSU students and other groups pass out anti-war leaflets during a peaceful demonstration at McConnell Air Force Base Saturday. / Fred Schwarz. p. 1 -- Mervyn Webster returns ball with backhand. / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- Switchboard work is 'never monotonous': Mary Janzen, Edna Bartel and Elsie Smith. / Fred Schwarz. p. 11