The Sunflower, v.76, no.17 (November 2, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 2, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Parade to kick off Homecoming hijinks -- Berkeley prof says: System caters to students -- WSU names Honor Men; Women challenge tradition -- Drops after deadline recorded as failure -- New-preregistration method aids 2nd semester enrolling / Bil Whitehead -- Air Force ROTC opens book drive -- Hopes seem dim for campus bus -- Legal aid service proposed for students' civil conflicts -- WSU theater group to tour rural areas -- Faculty quartet to play Thursday -- Sunflower comments: Honors questioned -- Awards for everyone -- Military leak: Patton photo calls attention -- Troop population drops in Vietnam -- Shocker Day, 1971: Seniors to visit WSU campus -- Youths learn voting process during weekend conference -- Women petition for welfare hike -- Conductor and pianist to team for symphony -- SECT coordinator chosen, study moves closer to goal -- KU paper wins, funds restored -- State-wide figures show increase in all Kansas college enrollments -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Wishbone T used to upset Shocks 31-14 at Cessna -- Southeast runners together at WSU -- Beta harriers cop third win -- Sex no handicap: Women become sharpshooters -- Epidemic of fumble-itis results in frosh defeat
Photograph(s): Friday rains give courage to historical swamp dwellers: Fiske inhabitants oozed outside to stake their claim. p. 1 -- Statement of protest [by] Jana Potucek. p. 1 -- Senior Men's Honor Five: McClure, Warren, Utermoehlen, Morse, Posey. p. 3 -- Flashy guitarist: Flamenco guitarist El Curro performs in the DFAC auditorium Saturday as a special feature of the annual high school Spanish Contest at WSU. El Curro's troops of the three flamenco dancers were also featured. p. 6 -- Bill Moore; Eddie Plopa. p. 7 -- Power run: Shocker tailback Don Gilley bows over West Texas defender on way to a first down in second quarter action. p. 7 -- Southeast grads now running for WSU: Bob Ream, Bill Page, Gary TenEyke, Hal Hays. p. 8