The Sunflower, v.79, no.17 (October 7, 1974)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, October 7, 1974. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Security officers, party-goers tangle: 'Block party' ends in fight -- Landlord - tenant act main concern for ASK -- Telephone health education service: Tel-Med rings in new year -- ATS trains officials in Kansas government -- Vern Miller to speak here -- Isokinetics specialist: Expert lecture today -- Christian scientist to speak Wednesday -- Two newspapers debut in Wichita -- Dropout campaigns for dad's election / A. J. Allen -- Watergate jury gets 'sentence' -- Do as we please?: The rest of the world is watching -- Six-day marathon to provide KMUW with station funds -- Concluding concert here: WSU Symphony Orchestra tours -- Calif. professor to speak on cancer and chemicals -- Adkins leads fourth period surge: Shocks bow to Cards -- Speaking of sports: 'Refs were rotten, fans were great' / Dave Megaffin -- Harriers second in Indiana Invitational / Steve Shaad -- Ford to present economic legislation to Congress
Photograph(s): Bill Roy, Jr., was on campus campaigning for his father, Dr. Bill Roy. No brushes were reported between the 20-year old and Dole supporters, but Roy did manage to get some strokes in on a Kappa Pi project. p. 1 -- Students have already begun studying for mid-term examinations, which start this week. Mid-term reports are to be completed Oct. 18 / photo by Ginny Kahmeyer. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photo of James Spencer. p. 3 -- Bill Johnson fires a pass to Stan Ricketts, 14, as Dick Hedges is set to run interference. This action to place during Saturday night's 14-7 Shocker loss to Louisville. / photo by Roger Giesecke. p, 6 -- The officials on the right are undecided about the course of action they are to take. Many of these conferences took place at Cessna Stadium Saturday night in the 14-7 Louisville victory over Wichita State. In the lower photo, this man had no questions about Elbert Williams’ touchdown plunge of one yard in the fourth quarter. One of the few unquestionable calls of the game. / photos by Dennis Underwood. p. 7