The Sunflower, v.76, no.12 (October 15, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 15, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wherever they reside: Miller upholds student vote -- WSU students rank in latest Who's Who -- Buy beer here? Prospects slight -- Muskie speech free to students -- Urges election reform: 'Apathy endangers system', Finch -- Solutions in sea: Man needs 'mariculture' now / Tony Kepley -- Forms required for SGA funding -- Barriers of handicapped fall to workmen's hammers -- Debaters take first place in K-State tourney -- Ombudsman to fight for buyers, renters -- Student's appraisal of long day with Finch -- Listening Post offers new list of programs -- Sunflower comments: Student carpetbagger -- Identity crisis worries frosh -- Would you buy a camel from this man? Ex-Legionaire [sic] forgot to forget -- Expert typing teacher chosen as seminar guest -- SGA endorses PAC, ombudsman ratified -- Students needed to help evaluate WSU instruction -- WSU jazz ensemble concert scheduled for Sunday, DFAC -- Unicorn Review to feature farewell 97 rock concert -- Free University registration set -- WSU two-game winning streak on the line against Cincinnati -- Citation against NCAA extended for one year -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Miller takes reins: Team speed, quickness roundball assets -- Shockers meet Drake, K-State
Photograph(s): [Robert] Finch. p. 1 -- Spectre of death shadows speaker. p. 1 -- Sledgehammer and cement mixer brigade: Volunteers from Arnold Air Society demolish curbs. p. 2 -- [Robert] Downs. p. 3 -- Max Evans. p. 5 -- Marvin Kellum. p. 7