The Sunflower, v.78, no.38 (March 5, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, March 5, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Streakers skid into Security -- China scholar speaks on cultural revolution -- Editor says Blacks not limited / Robbie Curry -- Fox theatre to be 'busy-as-the-devil' / Dan Bearth -- Black lit workshop -- New bike regulations take effect March 11 -- Rarity of possession keeps exorcism rite low -- Consultant gives tips to museum trustees -- Opera group presents ‘West Side’ musical -- Deals with absurdity of death: French play to climax contest -- Bikes are no-no’s? / Phil Arehart -- Streaking’s better than sneaking -- Kelly Pinkham's view: We need a public system / Kelly Pinkham -- Moiico Hoise fills home life / Debbi McGinn -- Organization keeps students together -- Honorary group inducts members -- Program enforces discrimination law -- Players receive awards at basketball banquet -- Bradley chosen to tournament as MoVal reps -- Otis reporting for training -- WSU netmen notch tie against Alumni -- Shocks end good indoor season / Steve Shaad -- WSU enrollment figures down
Photograph(s): John Fairbank. p. 1 -- Although pickin' and grinnin’ usually require musical instruments, Monday afternoon found this couple improvising. Monday’s high was in the mid 50s and forecast into the 60s for today. / Curt Lewis. p. 8