The Sunflower, v.76, no.38 (February 29, 1972)

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The Sunflower, v.76 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, February 29, 1972. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Savage spring fever attacks campus under watchful eye / Bil Whitehead -- Presidential hopefuls try to leap into White House -- Should students support sports? Senate Committee reports 'yes’ / Kevin Cook -- WSU Opera Theater adds light touch in Spring Show -- March 2 now last deadline for reservations to caucus -- Philosophy class slated Thursday -- IRC starts television marathon to save Wichita Educational TV -- Lecture series to star noted fiction writers -- Adopt a Grandparent make friends with old -- Senate stifled during MUN Conference -- Getting inside: How to get into political parties -- Student power strikes again -- Parolee self-help plan: 'Operation Impossible' goal 50 g -- Cartoonist applauded, abortion misconceived -- Writing laboratory offers route to self-improvement -- Sunflower interview: Paris is WSU's 'Russia' / Andy Fields -- Lebowitz departs campus, leaves graphic impression -- Drake captures title, Shockers finish fifth / Fred Schwarz -- Shocks finish season with impressive win -- Washburn, KSTC beat WSU gymnastics team
Photograph(s): Longing for the hot, sandy beaches: WSU students try for the first suntans of the season. p. 1 -- Multi-linguist Barry Paris discusses some of the 'precise language' of Russian. p. 6 -- Alan Walker wins mile run: Outstanding junior took only Shocker first. p. 7
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