The Sunflower, v.80, no.68 (April 5, 1976)

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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 68. Wichita, Kansas, April 5, 1976. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): CAC Board of Review: will fee hikes end? / Mike Heckman -- Audit fails to prove fund mishandling / Neil Cook -- Senate issues: budget, tenure -- W SU Army ROTC Cadet Corps plans “ROTC Day” on Tuesday in mall area -- Notes from underground / Andy Allen -- Campus Politics ‘76 -- Hippodrome: A strange And terrible saga / Pat Jennings -- Dick Gregory to speak at WSU this Thursday -- Erotic film, exhibits go on display / Eric Stough -- Wichita Art Museum highlights -- Seminar goes abroad-for credit / Mary Angelee-Smith -- Yale Bulldogs win out against Shockers / Mike Heckman -- Wichita trackmen outrun field -- WSU golfers stroke to third -- Double two-hitters only gain split / Steve Hart -- Women runners set records, qualify -- WSU relays needs help, students -- Top Journalist to spend week in residence at WSU
Photograph(s): Annus and associates plan the death of Zeus in "Pomegranite [sic] Project" by Sigma Phi Epsilon and Delta Gamma. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 1 -- Hippodrome '76 photos. / photos by Charlotte Pearson. p. 6-7 -- A WSU-Yale meet was a dream come true. And it was an encouraging day on the Little Arkansas River for the Shocker Crew. Though they crossed the finish line first but once in three tries, they took the Bulldogs' eights right down to the wire. The one home victory came in the Novice Men's Eights - the most promising performance of the day - turning back a determined stretch drive by the dark-jerseyed visitors. / photos by Brian Corn. p. 10
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The Sunflower
v.80 no.68
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