The Sunflower, v.79, no.05 (September 9, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.5. Wichita, Kansas, September 9, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Ford grants Nixon full, absolute pardon / Frank Cormier -- Gallup says Americans have sound judgement -- A President set free -- Batman the next governor? -- P.E. courses offer variety: Shoot pool and get credit, too! -- Handicapped student's dream becomes reality -- Spicy dips make 'Entertainment' / J. Paul Porter -- Mountaineers scale Henrion walls to master climbing -- Aggies edge Shockers -- Speaking of sports: "The football team deserved to win" / Dave Megaffin -- Poll results show Roy maintains slight lead
Photograph(s): In a surprised appearance Sunday, President Ford granted former President Richard M. Nixon "a free, full, and absolute pardon" for any criminal conduct during his presidency. p. 1 -- Charlie Vestring, a member of the P.E. billiards class, concentrates on lining up his shot. p. 1 -- Some 25,411 enthusiastic football fans came to Cessna Stadium Saturday night to witness the debut of Explosion '74. A portion of that crowd (above) reacts to Sam Adkins' third quarter touchdown. His teammates swarm react to congratulate him in his efforts below. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 7