The Sunflower, v.78, no.36 (February 26, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.36. Wichita, Kansas, February 26, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 'I do not expect to be impeached' -- Writers talk shop, give students tips / Tom Dobbins -- Parking woes 'not that bad’ / Dan Bearth -- Hearst awaits word as food delivery continues -- Only two responsible for kidnaping editor -- Get the feel of 'touch dancing' / Robbie Curry -- Bicycle regulations change in two weeks -- Goldberg and the press -- Kelly Pinkham's view: Health insurance for whom? / Kelly Pinkham -- Brothers need big recruits -- Coeds eligible for scholarship -- Most likeable company will receive gold key -- WSU student's idea: Husbands learn child care -- Fine Arts Center dream to become a reality this fall -- Trackmen take third in Valley / Steve Shaad -- Softball season nears for WSU women / Dan Lies
Photograph(s): Cars meander through a WSU parking lot as students search for parking spaces. University planners say there is no real parking problem on campus. Instead they claim WSU enjoys unrestricted parking far exceeding the caliber of comparable schools. See story page 2. / Curt Lewis. p. 1 -- Three well-known authors gave WSU students tips on how to write Monday. John Gardner, at left, Barbara Gelb, Bruce Cutler, director of the WSU Creative Writing Program, and Richard Bradford, participated in WSU’s Books and Authors Seminar. p. 1 -- Bob Wilson pumped in 87 points lost week and Monday was named Missouri Valley Conference player of the week. Wilson shown here against New Mexico State scored 28 points as WSU defeated the Aggies 80-71. The game was the last home game for seniors Wilson, Bill Lang, Virgil Tucker, Greg Boxberger, and Rich Morsden. / Curt Lewis. p. 7