The Sunflower, v.78, no.17 (November 6, 1973)
The Sunflower, v.78 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 6, 1973. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 'Crunch’ confronts college / Terry Horne -- Cheech, Chong humor risky? / Dan Bearth -- WSU officials discuss legality of transfers -- Homecoming events highlight weekend / Robby Curry -- State lobby has SGA’s physical - not fiscal - support / Dan Bearth -- Mike Day resigns from SGA / Dan Bearth -- Police unions? / Nolan Faidley -- New recruiting program appealing -- Angelou praises black literature -- Community Forum funded again -- Preparation important: Job interview instructions / Greg Rohloff -- Women's week begins with art -- Defense on ropes manage comeback -- Runners top MVC meet again / Rick Plumlee -- *67214’ will both sides publicize of issues
Photograph(s): Homecoming queen: Debbie Popp, a WSU junior was crowned the 1973 homecoming queen. / photo by Kevin Bilderback. p. 1 -- Maya Angelou / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 5 -- Dave Warren (46) who lead the Shockers intackles, along with Rick Dvorak (94) and Don Burford (40) smother a Drake runner in last Saturday's game. p. 7 -- WSU student Don Williamson explains the goals of the new magazine ‘67214’ at a press conference Friday. / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 8