The Sunflower, v.79, no.60 (February 28, 1975)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.60. Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1975. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Referendum questioned by administrators -- Referendum wording changes -- Commission wants to drop B.S. language requirement -- Platt hears suggestion from left-handed group / Leslie Burke -- TV proves successful learning device -- Urgent Inquiry -- A welcome proposal -- Sunflower review: Miss Sadie comes on strong in 'Rain' / Anne Welsbacher -- Graduate students enter race / Toni Newman -- Student organists qualify for advanced competition -- WSU jazz artists to perform -- Band program slated at WSU -- Award-winning writers featured in workshop -- Photo exhibit includes landscapes and people -- Clutch shooting, rebounds lead Drake over Shockers / Jacquelyn Knapp -- St. Louis closes 1974-75 BB season -- In MVC track: Drake team to beat -- S t. Louis upends Aggies
Photograph(s): Bus stop: The bus stop for the loupe route, now located on Hillside and 17th, will move Monday to the corner of Yale and 18th across from the Campus Activities Center. / photo by Roger Giesecke. p. 1 -- Material for a new cap sheet for the roof of die Duerksen Fine Arts Center waits for the weather to clear so that the project can begin. / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 3 -- Steve Harper and Mark Isaacson will open photography exhibit March 3. p. 9 -- Robert Elmore goes high above two defenders for two. p. 10 -- Floyd Holmes will play his last game as a Shocker Saturday. p. 10