The Sunflower, v.79, no.66 (March 24, 1975)

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1975-03-24
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Alpha Kappa Psi (business student organization) , Crew Club , Nance, Donald W. , Welsbacher, Richard , Streaking
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Article(s): Funding discussions go into second day -- Fall book orders exceed demand, cost bookstore / A. J. Allen -- Business frat called for sex bias -- House relies on solar and wind power: Energy outlook sunny / Larue Rains -- Retired ‘Monitor’ editor wilt speak at banquet -- Sunflower manager: 'Day of absence' message clear / Anne Welsbacher -- In outdoor opener: Trackmen destroy OSU -- Crew Club rows into first season -- Tel-Med seeks new source of funds
Photograph(s): Don't look Ethel!: Here they come, and there they go; and they ain't wearing no clothes. The second annual streak officially welcomed the first day of spring at WSU last Friday. / photos by Roger Gleseck. p. 1 -- Two profs honored for teaching abilities -- Donald W. Nance; Richard Cl. Welsbacher. p. 3 -- Aussies battle for charity: Ken Rosewall (1.) defeated fellow Australian John Newcombe 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in an exhibition tennis match played Sunday at Henry Levitt Arena. The match, played for the benefit of the American Cancer Society, followed a youth clinic and was followed by a doubles match involving the two stars. A crowd of some 4,000, some paying $25 apiece, watched the charity exhibition. / photos by Roger Giesecke. p. 7
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The Sunflower, v.79 no.66. Wichita, Kansas, March 24, 1975. - 8 pages
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