The Sunflower, v.76, no.46 (April 7, 1972)

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The Sunflower, v.76 no.46. Wichita, Kansas, April 7, 1972. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Gonorrhea epidemic sweeping WSU, Sedgwick County / Carla Roberts -- Summer grads given option for May rite -- Senators hike fees another twenty-five cents for fall / Kevin Cook -- WSU, Wichita sponsor Veteran Educational Counseling Service [VETAC] -- Patchwork for rights -- The greatest show on Earth / Kevin Cook and Doug King -- Sociology prof says: Society overlooks aged -- Religious experience on LSD same as one without drugs -- MECHA coordinate basketball tourney -- Webster undefeated, netters top Bluejays -- Golf team beats Bluejays in dual meet Wednesday -- McPherson first foe for Shocks -- Shock gymnast fails to place at nationals -- 19 starters return: Dvorak leads returning Shocks -- Track team travels for the Texas relays -- Does turnabout: 'Fair play' prof evaluates students / John Chartier -- New course to offer political work, study
Photograph(s): WSU students talk with spring campus visitors: Followers of the Hara Krishna movement discuss the yoga philosophy. / Fred Schwarz. p. 1 -- Visiting sociologist Edith Sherman speaks: 'Society dislikes growing old and avoids the thought of death'. p. 6 -- Steve Jobst returns volley: Number two Shock shows forehand in singles win. p. 10 -- Debbie Oppliger. p. 10 -- Rick Henson takes hurdle: Senior shows form in 440 intermediate hurdles against K-State. / Fred Schwarz. p. 11 -- Just like last year Lino: Defensive coach Bob Tucker shows play to Lino Venerucci. p. 11 -- [Dr.] Arthur B. Sweney. p. 12
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