The Sunflower, v.76, no.07 (September 28, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, September 28, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Senate defers action on tenure, welfare -- Experimental Theater: Pacifist Pit play named -- Only 336 vote for freshman president, reps -- Few answer 'fair' survey -- Sickle cell anemia screening set for today, Wednesday -- Courses still open: Room remains, but hurry! -- KU holds the key, we'll 'wait and see' -- UAC organizes; Spirits to liven -- State not adequately financing education students tell Docking at Monday meeting -- Students handle calls: 'Security? But you sound so young!' / Marsh Galloway -- Sunflower comments: The arrest: Lights, camera -- Knievel does what he feels / Mike Bates -- Confidential sessions help alleviate student problems -- Reading Orchestra may fold, Decker says -- Shockers down Trinity Tigers, Break long losing streak / Dave Jimenez -- Shockers win own invitational: 'We'll be hard to beat' says Wilson / Dave Jimenez -- Freshmen fall to West Texas
Photograph(s): Shocker touchdown: WSU runningback Don Gilley crosses the goal line after an 11-yard run for WSU's only touchdown against Trinity. Trinity's Ed Costley (30) arrives late to stop Gilley. The Shocks went on to beat Trinity 12-8 for their first win of the season. / Photo courtesy of The Wichita Eagle and Beacon. p. 1 -- Student security workers: Dispatcher Carolyn Fredelake handles communications as Michelle Frnka assumes secretarial duties at University Security. p. 3 -- On the field instead of the track, Knieval does half-time stunts. / Photo by Mike Bates. p. 5 -- At the Kansas State Fair the cyclist jumped ten diesel trucks, drawing record grandstand crowds. / Photo by Mike Bates. p. 5 -- Before the fair jump, the "last gladiator" addresses the crowd. / Photo by Mike Bates. p. 5 -- Lombardi Scholarship: Bob Long presents junior defensive end Dick Sampson with the first Vince Lombardi memorial scholarship Saturday night at the halftime of Trinity-Wichita State football game. / Photo by Fred Schwarz. p. 7 -- Here come the Shockers: Four of WSU's cross country runners lead the pack during the 14th Annual Wichita State Invitational at Echo Hills, Saturday. From left to right are: Steve Lee, Alan Walker, Randy Smith and Leon Brown. Wichita State went on to win the meet for their second straight first place finish of the year. / Photo by Fred Schwarz. p. 8