The Sunflower, v.78, no.55 (May 3, 1974)
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The Sunflower, v.78 no.55. Wichita, Kansas, May 3, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Committee stresses faculty involvement -- Big Brothers counterpart: Girls now hove Big Sisters -- Liberal Arts College seeks by-law changes -- Administration of Justice: WSU prof publishes book -- Poet to read work in CAC next week -- Is there a doctor in the 'House’? -- Kelly Pinkham's view: On terrorism and the Left -- Mitch's square / R. L. Mitchell -- Club promotes linguistics -- College of Business Administration: Koker, Thode receive outstanding awards -- Intramural results -- Poor weather, final exams cause slowdown In MoVal -- Shocks have one meet before championships -- WSU Men’s Club announces memorial golf tournament
Photograph(s): With an astutue [sic] eye for the unusual, Roger Bolton, business sophomore, carefully ponders the sculpture piece created by Alan Dietrich, a graduate art student at WSU. At left, Bolton seems to have discovered a more pleasant aspect of the abstract. Both works are on display through today in McFarland Art Gallery in the CAC. p. 1 -- As the semester draws to a close the WSU library draws more students to its doors in their efforts to finish semester projects. Caroline Schlect seems engrossed in her studies. p. 8