The Sunflower, v.76, no.21 (November 16, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, November 16, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Faculty book dodge charged, names of offenders readied -- Chinese debut in U.N. launch attack on U.S. -- 'Scuba Duba': 2nd theater production set -- Security police set radar trap for speeders -- Library director concerned over both student and faculty abuse -- Air tech chairman talks on air filth -- New lot opens, more car space is now available -- Centrex phone system eases operators' load -- Last opera performances tonight, Thursday in DFAC -- Internationals' China Night set -- Freshmen artists dub new project 'Meat Market' -- To be shown here: Germans call film 'biased' -- WSU debate tourney to draw 135 teams -- Bike frame numbers should be recorded -- Sunflower comments: Publish or perish? -- Nearby condemned houses - Child's play? -- Reps say vote for military bill amounts to declaration of war -- Kids: Stay out of these! / Linda Hoddy and Cliff Bieberly -- Air groups gathering goods for needy families at Xmas -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Bradley Braves show depth, strength from soph Cagers -- Practice meet shows harriers in good form -- New Mexico State's passing upset WSU -- Women snatch volley victory to even score
Photograph(s): Characters 'put down whole world': Harold Davis and Rosemary Gray star in weekend production. p. 1 -- Big band bound: Bands from Wichita high schools joined the WSU Shocker Marching Band for All-City Band Day Saturday. The bands performed en masse for half-time ceremonies of the WSU vs. New Mexico State football in Cessna Stadium. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photos of condemned buildings / Photos by Fred Schwarz. p. 5 -- Jackson gains yardage: Charlie Harrington (75), Rusty Featherstone (68) block. p. 7 -- Shocker standout John Hoheisel drops New Mexico State quarterback: First loss this season for Joe Pasarcik while attempting to pass. p. 8