The Sunflower, v.78, no.47 (April 8, 1974)

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The Sunflower, v.78 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, April 8, 1974. - 8 pages

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Article(s): WSU fuel costs and thermostats on rise -- DJ’ s crazy antics awaken listeners / Tom Dobbins -- Engineering open house: Auto device sweeps honors -- Presidency expert to lecture et WSU -- Co-op fights soaring food costs -- Veteran's corner -- Druggists use code to prescribe prices / Debbi McGinn -- Movie lacks substance: 'Don’ t Look Now’ or even later / J. Paul Porter -- Campus buildings will be dry when wafer supply cut -- SPTP is dead! Long live SPTP! -- Energy is vital to freedom -- Fencers clink, click their way to victory / Jackie Edwards -- Straight facts are vital in rape case -- Space trips gather data -- Good competition marks relays -- Women sweep both games in opening double header -- Shocker tennis team drops two in Tulsa -- Entries due for track -- Indian gourd dance expresses pleasure / Robbie Curry
Photograph(s): Indian women participate in a pow wow Saturday at Henrion gym that wrapped-up Indian Heritage Week. Colorful garb, chants and songs highlighted the event, sponsored by the Indian American Student Association. See story page 8. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photos of fencers. / Greg Hodges. p. 5 -- Steve Devana, a mechanical engineering senior, shows a winning project to students at the Engineering Open House last weekend. See related stories in page 1 and below. / Curt Lewis