The Sunflower, v.76, no.10 (October 8, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.10. Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Disagreement marks governance hearing -- The elusive ombudsman, or, 'Tuesday night at the fights' -- 'Shock-Rock' concert slated Saturday night -- Levitt lot site for benefit sale all day Sunday -- Administration's wage-price freeze called successful -- WSU to host 22nd annual teacher conference today -- London coroner to lecture here -- 'Voter awareness' purposed of statewide conference -- Grants now available for student-organized studies -- Ocean's promise to be discussed -- Senate sets committee structure -- Sunflower comments: A treasure test -- Century old anti-abortion law defied by University newspaper -- Let's have good news about labor and war -- President's advisor to speak on campus before scheduled -- Prof. M. Besser to speak tonight -- Book publisher Ian Ballentine to visit WSU -- Kosher rodents?: City life tends to liberalize rats / Max Evans -- Nixon creates two new bodies to fix wage-price standards -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Kappa Sig gets intramural glory for second year -- Proposals set: Recruiting limits endorsed -- Powerful Shock Harriers meet Cyclone full force -- Future Shocks face challenge in home game -- Weekly honors for entire team
Photograph(s): After a fashion: It was billed as the AWS Fashion Fair but it turned out to also be a delightful opportunity for some excellent girl watching by campus males. A half-dozen local merchants furnished apparel for members of the Associated Women Students to model. The fashion show was held in front of Grace Memorial Chapel. p. 1 -- [Robert] Downs. p. 1 -- Dr. Daniel E. Griffiths. p. 2 -- Comic relief: Student senators welcomed a break in the routine Tuesday night when a bread-throwing riot broke out. Senate chairman hopefuls were the recipients of 200 mini-loaves of bread while waiting outside the door for the senate's decision. The bread was compliments of a bread company which was servicing a banquet in the CAC Ballroom across the hall from the senate chambers. p. 3 -- [Ian] Ballentine. p. 6 -- Alan Walker. p. 7