The Sunflower, v.79, no.82 (May 5, 1975)
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The Sunflower, v.79 no. 82. Wichita, Kansas, May 5, 1975. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Albert reflects on China visit, urges dialogue to avoid war -- CAC directors counter complaints / Dan Burson -- 'Free U’ classes scheduled -- Kansas bike tour to start June 7 -- Veterans corner -- Keys, no keysl / Bob Lutz -- Graham cracker had crumby beginning: Why. Mr. Graham, why? / Phil Burger -- WSU student gets banking scholarship -- Old radio voice speaks for old grads -- Sigma Alpha Epilon receives keg of beer for blood donation -- Actress concludes three day workshop: Heckart unloads vitality / Anne Welsbacher -- Faculty artists to show work in Ulrich Museum -- Sunflower review: Young Frank boffo at Fox / Pat Lytle -- Popular plays highlight Summer Theatre / Anne Welsbacher -- Orchestra invited to Vienna -- Symphony trumpeter to conduct lecture, demonstration at WSU -- KU wins final 11-3: Women second in state softball -- Shocks sign All-American high school basketball star / Mike Shalin -- 440 men sweep home race / Steve Shaad -- Netmen to battle cross-city rivals -- Crew drowns Wichita rowers -- Heavy-duty protection called best bicycle theft precaution -- Two grad students receive music education fellowship -- Modernist Walkowitz’s paintings to be shown in Ulrich Museum -- WSU dormitories put no vacancy sign out / George Pyle
Photograph(s): House Speaker Carl Albert spoke to WSU students Friday stressing the need for improved relations with China. / photo by Roger Giesecke. p. 1 -- Shocker Barb Crelly (above) closed out her career Saturday at Salina. Crelly was the only graduating senior in Sue Bair’s starting lineup. / photos by Beckie Whitcomb. p. 10