The Sunflower, v.78, no.07 (September 25, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, September 25, 1973. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Not 'Horse'-ing around - new art museum for campus -- Library proposal may be approved / Dan Bearth -- Annual "Take Five" game scheduled for Oct. -- Wichitan runs for Senate: Hart ignored by Miller / Terry Horne -- Debaters open at Garden City this Friday -- WSU Student wins at State Fair -- Sunflower review: 'Bang the drum slowly' / J. Paul Porter -- 'Mackintosh' just hogwash in eyes of movie reviewer / J. Paul Porter -- Trial tax balloon inflated -- Nolan Faidley’s outlook: A.C, D - food? -- WSU inferiority complex contested -- Zoning discriminates against young, poor claims WSU student -- Finances a problem but New NP goes on / Vicki Robben -- Free U fall semester opens next Monday / Dan Bearth -- Shocks late attack edges ASU / Rick Plumlee -- JV game closer than 38-27 score indicates / Dan Lies -- Cross country -- IM entries -- Bowling -- Field hockey
Photograph(s): George Hart, local Democrat, now turns his attention to the U.S. Senate as a potential contender for the now held by Sen. Bob Dole (R) Kan. p. 1 -- The Shocker offense in one of their quieter moments. Later the offense exploded for 14 points in the last 47 seconds to score a thrilling come from behind victory. p. 1 -- Dr. D. Cramer Reed, former dean of the College of Health Related Professions, has been named vice president for health education at WSU. Reed will continue to serve as dean of the WSU Branch of the University of Kansas School of Medicine. p. 2 -- Steve Burk (with ball) had scored ten touchdowns in his two previous games. The Shocks held him to just one Saturday night. p. 7 -- Fred Speck (20) and a few friends he met on the way to the end zone. p. 7 -- The top two Shocker finishers in the Gold Classic were Perry Koehn (349) Alton Davis (354). p. 8