The Sunflower, v.78, no.51 (April 24, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.51. Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): They strike close to home: Robbery paces crime rise / Dan Bearth -- Report throws kink in grading policies / Robbie Curry -- Astronomer 'spaces out' -- Senior receives $3,000 fellowship from honor group -- Wille to give 'finger licken good' speech -- Probes reactions and effects: New course involves students -- Editor reveals tips for aspiring writers -- Monopoly press - danger ahead -- WSU celebrates 10th anniversary -- Kelly Pinkham's view" Political ponderings / Kelly Pinkham --Creations of art -- Want to be a postman? Here's a test for you -- Kansas' first educational FM station: KMUW celebrates 25th year -- Media given a lesson -- Surprises keep Wilson smiling / Rick Plumlee -- Women play KU -- 'Sheer excitement' - all that jazz / Mike Alterbernd
Photograph(s): It's not all work for students. Debbie Helstrom, like many students, finds time to relax in the warm weather. p. 1 -- James Wille. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photos of student artists. / Curt Lewis. p. 5 -- Recently Gamma Upsilon chapter of Alpah [sic] Kappa Psi, the professional business fraternity, celebrated its 20th anniversary with a dinner, awards ceremony and dance in Century II, Loren E. Hill, General Manager of Davis Manufacturing Company, was initiated as an honorary member of the fraternity. Professor Fran Jabara was presented a special award in appreciation of his 25 years of service to the College of Business. Pictured from left to right are Fred Berry, Loren Hill, and Professor Jabara. p. 6