The Sunflower, v.79, no.01 (August 26, 1974)

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The Sunflower, v.79 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, August 26, 1974. - 20 pages

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Article(s): Asks support of Leavenworth's brothers: Davis calls for involvement . Debra Austin -- Ahlberg speech boasts WSU accomplishments / Marilyn Miller -- State hesitates in accepting $4.7 million Life Science Building -- Shoot 'em up John! -- A planetarium? -- A new look -- Cops in the governor's office?: Miller remembers his friends -- Faculty adds new members -- New McKnight complex will house broad and impressive art museum / Brett Neff -- Today celebrates women's right to vote -- Petrol is subject of new class -- WSU offers courses downtown to convenience working people -- Health care center aids students -- New program aids vets in receiving GI benefits -- 23 per cent increase: GI's may receive more money -- Shockers open spirited 1974 football season -- Speaking of sports / Dave Megaffin -- Big 8 teams flavor WSU schedule -- 'A song called home': Student writes first ET show -- Readers Theatre opens with 'A touch of wry' -- Concert features piano, pianist -- 'Godspell' opens 50th UT season / J. Paul Porter -- Student return rate high in WSU dorms -- There's help in security -- Flick prices increase
Photograph(s): Angela Davis, at the press conference before her speech yesterday. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 1 -- Workmen pour new sidewalk near Henrion Gymnasium in final preparation of the opening day of classes for this Fall semester. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 1 -- The Life Sciences Building's appearance of dilapidation is the result of a 20 mm lens on the photographer's camera. Inside, the disarray is die to the incomplete construction. / photo by Curtis Lewis. p. 2 -- Four uncaptioned photographs of Angela Davis. p. 8 -- Angela Davis, Arthur Bronson, and Malvice Jefferson. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 8 -- The McKnight Art Center will house the WSU art collection. The museum is tentatively set to open in late November. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 10 -- Mark Ayesh (left) and Bill Dwiggins receive instruction from Elroy Moran, offensive coordinator of the 1974 Shockers. Ayesh and Dwiggins are fullbacks. p. 13 -- The 1974 WSU coaching staff this season will be (above, left to right) Tom Abbot, John Stucky, Bill Baker, Frank Emanuel, Head Coach Jim Wright, Elroy Moran, Martin Poe, Phil Fulmer, and Bubba Hooker. In the lower photo, Woodrow Williams, 6 foot 6, 260-pound and co-captain Phil Ellis pause during picture day in Cessna Stadium. p. 14 -- Security Officer Kent White gets a call from Security headquarters. White and other officers aid students with auto difficulties and other problems. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 20