The Sunflower, v.76, no.09 (October 5, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.09. Wichita, Kansas, October 5, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Cheers surprise team: Fans crowd airport to greet victorious Shockers -- Disabled students reveal inadequacy of facilities / Linda Hoddy -- Students urged to attend WSU governance hearing -- Ablah Library Director Schad announces coming changes -- Blacks respond to BSU sickle cell test -- Memorial honors fated Shocks / Poem by Mike Boyd, Photos by Fred Schwarz -- Rule for everyone -- Psychiatrist quotes Ghandi; Favors non-violent protest / Bil Whitehead -- Redshirts anticipate next season -- Cross country team finishes first again -- Duffers participate in New Mexico tourney -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Wichita State takes men's envision in bowling tourney -- Shocks edge Southern Illinois, reverse eight-year road trend -- No offense, but: Frosh tumble to Oklahoma JUCO
Photograph(s): Shocker footballers return to enthusiastic welcome from supporters: Throng of more than 500 on hand at airport after Southern Illinois victory. p. 1 -- Morrison steps lock out student: Quadriplegic Ron Wycoff unable to enter many buildings. p. 1 -- Sickle cell anemia test: Eunice Pennington, a St. Francis Hospital nurse who volunteered to help with Sickle Cell testing at WSU, administrators the test to WSU student Agnes Powell. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photographs from memorial event for the 1970 airplane crash victims. / Photos by Fred Schwarz. p. 3 -- Beta's win playoff: Kappa Sig II players surround the Beta III quarterback during the Beta's overtime victory Monday. Beta III will meet undefeated Beta I in the first intramural semifinal game Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. p. 6