The Sunflower, v.79, no.76 (April 18, 1975)

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1975-04-18
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The Sunflower, v.79 no.76. Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1975. - 12 pages

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Article(s):Parnassus funds misuse found -- Asian history teacher is victim of finances / Toni Newman -- Forum Board lecture series to feature famous novelsit -- Veterans corner -- Sunflower review: Allegro: Hokey but pleasant / Anne Welsbacher -- Wichita Jazz Festival schedule of programs -- Jazz offered In faculty series -- 'Games people play' wins WSU playwriting contest -- Electronic newsroom exhibit to visit WSU -- KSN executive honored -- Airline plans youth discounts for domestic standby flights -- WSU trains county ambulance aids / Dan Burson -- Ambulance job refused -- Sigma Alpha Epsilon to hold bouncing marathon for charity -- Researcher believes stress can help / Pat Lytle -- Bicentennial logo sought in design contest -- Class to study Mexico’s geography -- Graphic design innovator speaks at WSU Wednesday -- Coad's comeback leads to netmen to winner's column / Mike Shalin -- Five WSU squads in action -- Shocks prop for alumni
Photograph(s): Academic rigor: Sleeping in class becomes more enticing when lectures convene outdoors after the weather turns warm. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 1 -- Frank Chappell. p. 6 -- Rex Coad. p. 10 -- Jim Wright explains exactly what he wants these Shockers to do.; Trainer Larry Egge is always busy; These two Shockers are eye to eye; Quarterback Sam Adkins cranks it up. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 11
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