The Sunflower, v.77, no.44 (March 30, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.77 no.44. Wichita, Kansas, March 30, 1973. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Sunflower interview: 'Dirt' and Scruggs / Charles Cookson -- Controversy continues over aid program -- Vallejo's 'El Tragaluz': Faculty and students present fill length Spanish play Sunday -- Gore Scholarship winner named / Terry Horne -- SGA votes to give AWS travel money -- Candidates gearing for Spring elections -- WSU’S outstanding educators -- Sutherland announces SGA candidacy today -- WSU soph selected for Africa program -- A little more service / Kayla Burton -- Ever tried dog food? -- CAC recreation sponsors chess tourney -- New coordinator / Dan Lies -- Relay queen -- Walker wins again -- Shocks aim at Moval track crown with young, experienced squad / Dick Swisher -- Annual jazz clinic this weekend -- Regional symposium slated -- Leadership honorary initiates 18 men -- Black humor, cultural revolution featured in lecture series -- Enrollment still open for business course -- WSU Affirmative Action makes headway / Debra Austin
Photograph(s): Nitty Gritty Dirt Band rocks out during their Sunday concert at Henry Levitt Arena. p. 1 -- Now you can't expect too much, I'm only about thirty-five cents of the six dollar door charge," jokes comedian-banjo picker Steve Martin, currently touring with the rock band. p. 1 -- Scott Templeton. p. 2 -- Earl Scruggs never thought he would be billed with a rock group. p. 9 -- Josh Gaston is featured in Reader's Theater production of "In Black America" which plays at 8 p.m. Sunday and Monday in the Pitt Theater. p. 10