The Sunflower, v.79, no.62 (March 5, 1975)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.62. Wichita, Kansas, March 5, 1975. - 12 pages
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Article(s): WSU faculty hears union spokesman / Toni Newman -- Wineke plans changes in English department / Dan Burson -- A crowd of around 100 students gathered to throw questions at a panel consisting of Ted Bredehoft, Athletic director, Natasha Fife, women’s athletic director, Dan Bearth, editor of the Sunflower and Jon Koerner, chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on Athletics. SGA President Bill Wix moderated the discussion. / photo by Curtis Lewis. p. 1 -- CAC beats budget by $13,000 / Les Hackworth -- Bomb threats bomb out -- Senate snubs Dean fee parley / Andy Allen -- France under Nazi control topic of film -- WSU student writes: Bad teachers spoil foriegn [sic] studies / Kris Critzer -- French theatre group to present 'L‘Avare’ -- Greed: Will taxpayers revolt? -- Area needs expand med school / Joy Farha -- Poor got TOGETHER for help -- Lenient during finals: Stone explains ticket policy / Kris Critzer -- Student diplomatic delegation wins model united nations award -- Registration opens for Puebla program -- Speaking of sports: Will Heller be back? / Mike Shalin -- Floyd says goodbye: Top Shocks honored -- Miller names new assistant -- Shocks place third in Valley track
Photograph(s): Sounding out: The athletic question on the referendum received the bulk of attention at a question and answer session Tuesday in the CAC Shocker Lounge. -- Donald Wineke, English department chairman. p. 1 -- The wide assortment of art courses allows students to experiment in a variety of creative medium / photos by Roger Gieseckep. p. 8 -- Ron Heller in action. p. 10 -- Shocker Randy Smith shattered two meet records Monday. p. 11 -- Jim Parker sets school record. p. 11