The Sunflower, v.77, no.09 (October 3, 1972)
The Sunflower, v.77 no.9. Wichita, Kansas, October 3, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Politics only means: Mayor talks to Blacks -- Best yellers to win beer -- Winners announced: Student Senate votes tallied -- Homecoming fun starts this Friday -- Ticket policy set: Basketball costs up -- Lt. Gov. debate today on campus -- Bankers like unit structure -- Eagle editor appears Wednesday to discuss newspaper problems -- College of Business: Investment course planned -- Bread n' Books series features guest speakers -- Rude or careless? -- We who know grief -- Wichita attorney chosen: Board of Trustees elects new chairman -- WSU lecturer named to post -- WSU visiting professor is pioneer of new accounting -- ROTC cadet wins high honor -- Intramural officials rapped / Randy Hirsch -- Top defense rolling: Shocker defense scores victory -- Men keglers jump into 1st -- CC team competes at OSU and ISU -- Justice offers credit for student interns -- Engineering prof to attend series -- Free U offers 'Islam in West' course for fall
Photograph(s): The Wichita State University football team stands at memorial service in respectful silence for those killed in Colorado crash in 1970. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photographs of Mayor Richard Hatcher of Gary, Indiana. p. 1 -- Christy Brown is United Fund's 1972 Birthday Girl. Members of Sigma Delta Chi and Media Women are manning the CAC Shocker Lounge booth today and Wednesday to take contributions. p. 1 -- Patrick Kelly. p. 5 -- Rick Dvorak blocks punt as Lino Venerucci (58) watches. p. 7 -- Open field for Jim Fenwick. p. 7