The Sunflower, v.76, no.13 (October 19, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, October 19, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Campus memorial will honor victims -- Unique arts center to rise on campus -- WSU Air Club out for blood -- Two indicted in grocery bombings -- Regents nix suds sale give nod to guzzling -- University senators meet, argue, deadlock over future composition -- Director of library defends closed-door policy at Ablah -- Women in society: Woman's body myth revealed / Kathleen M. Burrows -- Role of Black woman topic of panel talk -- Free U enrollment progresses in CAC -- Sunflower comments: Student beer walk? -- Interpretation misinterpreted -- Capote's 'Trilogy' terrific motion picture threesome -- DARE program provides insight, leaders help 'Greenhorns' adapt -- "Then and now": Criminology displayed -- Exploitation is subject of film -- New director debuts with symphony tonight -- Former student, now playwright, to give reading -- Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight members receive 1971-72 Beech Awards, scholarship -- Shockers-Bearcat game highlights, sidelights / Gary Owen -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Unbeaten season lost: Kansas State blemishes harrier record -- Bruising defensive battle: Bearcats strike early to tumble Shocker gridders
Photograph(s): Permanent memorial as it will appear when completed: Architect's rendering shows view from north. p. 1 -- McKnight Arts Center to be built near corners of Alumni, Fairmount: View of building model from south shows two units, walkway above street. p. 1 -- Football '70 shrine: Temporarily clad in scaffolding the memorial monolith slowly reaches toward the sky. p. 3