The Sunflower, v.78, no.54 (May 1, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.54. Wichita, Kansas, May 1, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wilier nonrenewal fuels controversy -- Rape victims get help -- All are veteran staffers: Sunflower editors appointed -- KMUW honors radio students -- Molly, oldest grad, mode news in 1901 / Dan Bearth -- New SGA recognizes group, sets up health committee -- International business classes: Port of entry spurs interest -- Unjust jazz -- Mitch's square / R. L. Mitchell -- Officer observes attitude changes / Dan Bearth -- Lack of quorum defers vote on appointments -- Fight erupts during trial of 5 Indians -- Softball team almost assured of 2nd place / Dan Lies -- WSU netmen end a stormy season / Rick Plumlee -- Rowing team looking for members
Photograph(s): Terry Horne; Greg Rohloff; Curt Lewis. p. 1 -- Molly Wilcox in 1961 photo. p. 3 -- Fairmount Towers held an Hawaiian Luau Tuesday evening for those dorm residents who will either be graduating or leaving this year. The chef appears to be tempting the stomachs of party-goers with his bowl of fruitful goodies.p. 6 -- The seat belt convincer was on campus Monday to demonstrate the need for buckling up while riding in automobile. Those who participated walked away slightly jarred by the controlled crash, but with insight into what can happen to unbelted people in automobile crashes, even at low speed. p. 8