The Sunflower, v.79, no.54 (February 14, 1975)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.54. Wichita, Kansas, February 14, 1975. - 8 pages
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Article(s): John Dean to speak at WSU -- Star of TV commercials: English prof hooked on movies / Dan Burson -- Bus route redesigned with students in mind -- Voter registration mixup clarified / Leon Dobbs -- Writers featured in seminar -- Senate has moments -- Where construction meets instruction -- College life causes change in lifestyles -- Women's issues will be topic of workshop -- Sunflower review: Puzzle extends throughout play / Anne Welsbacher -- Shocks blast North Texas 87-72 / Jacquelyn Knapp -- Smith to compete in invitational mile -- Shocks sign five more -- Free University announces courses for spring '75
Photograph(s): Always at ease, Jim Erickson prepares for another commercial debut. p. 1 -- Sumner Locke Elliott (top), playwright and novelist, Dr. William Nolen (right), author of "Healing: A doctor in search of a miracle", and James Welch (below), a young American Indian poet who has written an acclaimed new novel, "Winter in the blood", are all featured Tuesday in seminars at Wichita State. p. 3