The Sunflower, v.78, no.16 (November 2, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.16. Wichita, Kansas, November 2, 1973. - 16 pages
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Article(s): Deans approve policy: Krieg labels it inadequate / Terry Horne -- Nixon selects Saxbe for Atty. Gen. post -- Grads begin search for career employment / Greg Rohloff -- Gubernatorial hopeful emphasizes principle -- Alumni await dance: Traditional Homecoming -- Impeachment outlook 'very dim’ says Bond / Terry Horne -- Sunflower urges action on new revenue proposal -- Roth disappointed: SGA ratifies Georing nomination -- Awareness Week begins this Sunday -- Pilot project for ed students -- WSU grad students awarded fellowships -- Visitor parking thing of past -- Student disinterest may end SPTP / Dan Bearth -- Meditation subject of intro lecture set for Wednesday / Ginny Kahmeyer -- Multiple personalities explored in ’Sybil’ / Teri Overstreet -- Antigone production best this season / J. Paul Porter -- Shock pass defense tops MVC / Dan Lies -- Runners seek high goals in MVC meet / Rick Plumlee -- Shockers host Drake in homecoming game -- Brazilian team to be in U.S. -- Intramurals
Photograph(s): Julian Bond speaking to the Kansas-National Education Association convention. p. 1 -- Alpha Phi pledges hurry in an attempt to finish their project in time for today’s nightshirt parade. p. 2 -- New campus sculptures described unjustly / Vicki Robben -- Brando film festival presented this Monday -- 'Last Tango’ survives city scrutiny -- Shocker defensive backs work on their specialty during practice. p. 13 -- Cross country team tunes up for MVC meet. From left to right are Perry Koehn, Steve Shaad, Randy Smith, Alton Davis, Bob Ream, Bob Christensen, and Hal Hayes. p. 14