The Sunflower, v.76, no.30 (February 1, 1972)

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1972-02-01
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Curriculum statewide nonduplication , Men's liberation group
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.30. Wichita, Kansas, February 1, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Athletic director says no: Yell leader calls student treatment unfair -- Chicago Zoo groundhog turns rat, reveals inside info on weather / Bil Whitehead -- WSU lights surpass current city plans -- Cooperative plan approved for 6 Kansas State colleges -- McCloskey, Nixon's GOP threat speaks Monday in lecture series -- Unisex ideal of men's lib, found of WSU group says -- 1971 engineering grads offered larger salaries -- Century II decorator formerly WSU student -- Science historian to talk Thursday on Russian prof -- East entrance to Ablah will stat closed to all traffic -- Ceasar featured in artists series -- Sunflower comments: Classified freedom -- KKK grand dragon foiled, hair arrest attempt flops -- Placement director advises: Start summer job hunt now / Max Evans -- Continuing ed offers 12 noncredit courses -- Natural foods restaurant offers alternative to regular meal fair / Rod Reed -- Smoking policy aired: Cigarettes ignored -- Basketball band returns to gym -- Personnel, financial series given by Business Center -- Hurricanes blown off course: Seniors lead Shocks past Tulsa -- Shocks fall to Tigers in opening triangular -- Shock star Benton acknowledges discrimination in college athletics / Dan Matthews -- Givens means sprinter to Wichita track fans / Gary Owen
Photograph(s): Woody stretches in friendly confines of Lincoln Park. p. 1 -- Pete McCloskey. p. 2 -- Student enters library through turnstiles at west door. p. 3 -- Lights brighten Avenue E between the CAC and Jardine Hall. p. 3 -- Don [Donald E.] Jordan. p. 5 -- Mike Davis browses through natural food grainery. p. 6 -- Health food lovers dine on macrobiotic menu. p. 6 -- Shocker Vince Smith (22) rebounds: Bill Lang (40), Ron Harris (34) watch teammates haul in carom. p. 7 -- Keith Pharr, Steve Lee. p. 7 -- Center Terry Benton (50). p. 8 -- Roscoe Givens: Sophomore sprinter practices power start. p. 8
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Wichita State University
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The Sunflower
v.76 no.30
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