The Sunflower, v.79, no.77 (April 21, 1975)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.77. Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1975. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Mailer here to talk about Watergate -- Hartwell resigns post as Parnassus editor -- SGA to consider probe of CAC -- Graphic art students design Mikrokosmos / Leslie Burke -- Movies are more fun than history classes -- ROTC cadets honored -- One day’s trash service given for city clean-up -- 'Retreads' - Returning to learning -- Study, work cut family life short -- Retired mother finds new work / Roni Newman -- Student veteran works all day hunts for WSU parking at night -- WSU music professor selected to take part in Indiana festival -- Crew wins again -- Netmen win Cowley Invitational / Joy Farha -- Women’s softball team wins conference game -- Only WSU win: Smith takes KU mile / Steve Shaad -- Missouri overtakes WSU, wins KU golf tournament -- Wilson, Smith honored -- Shocks sign prep forward -- Students get dental clinic -- Potter's Guild to sell ceramic art projects
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photo of Norman Mailer. p. 1 -- SGA President Debbie Haynes watches along with her colleagues from the other state institutions as Gov. Robert Bennett signs the bill creating the Student Advisory Council the Board of Regents in Topeka. p. 1 -- Milo West looks over selections of student writing and art work that will be featured in Mikrokosmos which will be available to student in early May. Creative writing students contributed poetry and prose to the publication. p. 3 -- William Shere. p. 5 -- Gary Gastineau. p. 5 -- Shocker Phil Benning takes off, baton in hand, in the 440 yard relay at the KU Relays this weekend at Lawrence. Benning and his teammates ran into trouble later in the relay, however, when a botched relay exchange kept them from finishing the event. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 6 -- Left: Becky Slide goes to work on a wary young patient.; Right: Mrs. Don Ackerly (seated) and Becky Ray look for signs of problems on x-rays. / photos by Roger Giesecke. p. 7