The Sunflower, v.78, no.49 (April 19, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.49. Wichita, Kansas, April 19, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): U.S. energy independent by 1980 / Robbie Curry -- Cheap fuel prices no longer possible -- SGA voting turnout termed 'fairly heavy' -- Experts discuss issues: Conservation is here to stay -- General Studies classes denoted by 'G’ in catalog -- Conference offers career opportunities: Women's business day set -- McFarland appointed acting dean of UC -- If you don’t vote, who will?: Choice is clear in SGA election -- Mitch's square / R. L. Mitchell -- Kelly Pinkham's view: Profits and mass transit -- $32,000 allocation granted: SGA prescribes yearbook subscriptions -- Spurs taking new members -- Course, teacher evaluation to be available today -- Coaches clinic, kid’s day hosted by football staff -- Tracksters compete at KU -- Basketballers open next fall against UCLA -- Golfers go to KU after taking 2nd in 'Great Plains’
Photograph(s): Wichita oil refinery keeps the city aglow during the nationwide energy shortage. Energy experts from around the country spoke to WSU students at an Energy Symposium Thursday, p. 1 -- From left to right are Donald Schnacke, Wilson Cadman, Jim Myers, William Roy, and Dr. Glenn Fisher who participated Thursday in a panel on the “Politics and Legislation of Energy Sources" at WSU. p. 1