The Sunflower, v.79, no.03 (August 30, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.3. Wichita, Kansas, August 30, 1974. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Security chief warns bike thefts may rise -- Food stamps euro wallet ache -- Summer orientation complete with full follow-up program -- First forum lecture will feature Gallup -- Films suffer from no script / J. Paul Porter -- Time to act -- A minority view: Indian group solicits members -- Together happenings happens Thursday -- WSU representatives needed for ASK lobby -- Shockettes looking good in '74 / Sally Hartwell -- Golf team's prospects looks high this year / Charlie Bigler -- Adkins sees changes / Suzi Saye -- Cross country team seeks to keep winning steak -- Speaking of sports / Dave Megaffin
Photograph(s): A strong, heavy chain is essential for the security of knowing that your bike will be where you left it when you return. p. 1 -- The first week of classes brings an influx of students to school. The numbers will no doubt dwindle, thoug [sic], as the semester moves into full swing. p. 1 -- The 1974-75 Shockettes are (L-R) Jeanie Nichols, Dee Ann Brown, Nancy Fagan, Debbie Popp, Jan Hinde, Karen Lewallen, Susie Deardorff, Sherry Linch, and Karen Moen. Not pictured, Judi Stucky. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 10 -- Sam Adkins, WSU quarterback for the '74 season, strikes a winning pose. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 11 -- Mark Ayesh, Shocker fullback, jogs the track to loosen his injured thigh while his teammates are at full speed during practice. "Nagging" injuries of this nature have weakened the team during the season's first two weeks. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 12