The Sunflower, v.76, no.06 (September 24, 1971)

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The Sunflower, v.76 no.6. Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1971. - 8 pages

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Article(s): 54 positions filled: Senators ratify appointments -- Junk pile not pile of junk -- Med school factions near unity on plans -- Chalmers will petition for beer license at KU -- Sickle cell tests set -- 'Night of Stars' host: TV star now honorary alum -- S-Volt helps children study through individual teaching -- 'Listening Post’ arms WSU with audio-visual study aids -- New association funding act slated for SGA vote Tuesday -- Smith, Pease will present joint violin, cello recital -- Ethnic music expert leads urban seminar -- Sunflower comments: Resignations bring introspection -- Course requirements replaced by Miami U. -- Introspection costs $ -- Board of Regents governs schools secretly -- Sports do not 'build’ character say two New York psychologists -- Kansas media to assemble at WSU -- Zoo trip ends in fudge -- Frosh open Saturday against West Texas -- MVC roundup: Cardinals open title defense -- Cross country team ready for invitational -- Bowling team captures first -- Trinity coach says Tigers must improve
Photograph(s): Industrial club project becomes happy wagon: Untitled masterpiece is for promotional stunt. p. 1 -- Monty Hall. p. 2 -- Slow going: SGA vice president Craig Christopher reported only about ten per cent of WSU's eligible frosh had voted Thursday. Voting will continue until 1 p.m. today. p. 3
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