The Sunflower, v.77, no.07 (September 26, 1972)

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The Sunflower, v.77 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, September 26, 1972. - 8 pages

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Article(s): SGA candidates give comments -- WSU adopts federal guides on minorities / Pat Jennings -- Scots see WSU computers -- Local group battles sickle cell disease -- Performance scholarship: $1000 reward for right musician -- POW bracelets on sale for $2 in Clinton Hall -- Geology field trip planned -- Survey says students do take SGA seriously -- Religion department plans to add several new courses -- McConnell slates open house Sat. -- Law and gay lib -- Understanding Indian culture lASA goal / Sherry Graves -- Student exchange info available -- 'Kids' study at WSU -- Dim view given foreign services -- Art building planned -- Yoga interests many, WSU senior discover -- Where were you? / Randy Hirsch -- WSU track coach back from Olympiad -- Shocks blanket Indians -- Cross country team victorious
Photograph(s): SGA candidates: pose for a group "campaign" picture. Front row (I to r) Forrest Bertsch, Carla Banks, Alice Brown. Bill Connor, Mike Day, Alan Donahue. Randy Eaton, Mark Finucane and Jim Gillenwater. Back Row (I to r) Jaimi Hall, Debbie Haines. Rex Krieg, Tim Ludwig, John Meinee, Trix Nlemberger, Beth Oaks, Erik Rieger, Leroy Stringer, Richard Thomson. Tony Taravella and Gary TenEyck. p. 1 -- Paulene White HRP sophomore, receives a test for sickle cell anemia. Screening for the anemia will be held from 10 a.m. p.m. and from 6-8 p.m. today In the CAC Kansas Room. p. 1 -- Here today, gone soon. The columned structure which is reminiscent of the old art building burned down in 1964 is scheduled to be moved to the old Fairmount entrance and shorn to three columns. p. 6