The Sunflower, v.76, no.23 (November 23, 1971)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.23. Wichita, Kansas, November 23, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Student evaluation of faculty endorsed -- Beer proposal goes before Student Government tonight -- Next in Eisenhower Series: Ex-HEW head speech set -- Ouch! A student gets the point in demonstration of acupuncture -- Black student production scheduled Sunday at WSU -- In WSU debate tourney: All bow to Northern Colorado -- WSU to dedicate physical memorial -- Sunflower comments: Not impressed -- Bikes, women need new deal -- Young Demos 'Left' want gov't changes -- Demonstration of microfiche to feature American history -- MECHA group helps poor tots -- 'Bible as literature' religion prof's topic -- Nine seniors in final game: Shocks close against Tulsa -- Roundballers kick off season with scrimmage -- Frosh gridders pick up 1st victory, dump Hurricanes -- Eagles drop Shocks: Mean green color Shocks blue -- Oregon captures title Shocks realize goal
Photograph(s): John Gardner: Ex-HEW head. p. 1 -- Shocker forensic tournament held last weekend: Robyn Weyand garners first place in cross-examination event. p. 3 -- Savage snowflakes attack University: Bob Burnison leans into the wind as he slogs across campus.; Rochelle Neu scrapes the white stuff off her car windows.; A lone coed heads for refuge from the storm.; Snow doesn't stay these curriers from their rounds.; Terry Sellers and Larry Webb dressed for the occasion. / Photos by Fred Schwarz. p. 5 -- Returning starters in fold. p. 7 -- Just a little help: Kansas City Bunny Belinda scores two points to help the bunnies defeat Wichita radio and TV personalities 204-19 in a farcical basketball game Sunday in Henry Levitt Arena. p. 8