The Sunflower, v.76, no.08 (October 1, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.8. Wichita, Kansas, October 1, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Open-air theater set for services -- 10,000 civilians to harken call from Uncle Sam -- Menninger to discuss U.S. civil disobedience -- Money lid abolished: Funding act sees revisions -- Board names top staffers to Sunflower -- 3 1/2 hour SGA session: Funding act dominates debate -- Librarian calls meet, asks for suggestions -- '71 enrollment up, figures indicate vets set record -- Sunflower comments: Divide and silence -- Channel 97 leaving: Fans try to save rock station / Mike Bates -- Lyons' salt abandoned, atom waste moves on -- Survey shows student environment interest -- No knock-knock no 'who's there' no convictions -- Seniors urged to utilize planning, placement center -- Insurance rates decrease -- In Illinois road trip: Shocks hope for second win -- 'Big time' competition expected for Harriers -- Kegler conference tourney to be hosted by Shockers
Photograph(s): Religion students come down to Earth: Escape the classroom to enjoy the Indian Summer. p.1 -- [Dr. W. Walter] Menninger. p. 1