The Sunflower, v.80, no.23 (October 17, 1975)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 23. Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1975. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Eban talks of peace / Dave Alpern -- Fairmount group elects minister -- CAA considers funding a community Free U. / Pat Jennings -- Industrial Education joins the fun -- Ludwig's cold guess wins free ride, drinks, dinner -- Ombudsman: liaison for people, system / Jan Bush -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Et cetera / Marsh Galloway; Hunt Reverse - Wild Captures / Jim French; Eternal love / Randy Dutton -- String quartet to perform rare Brahms sextets -- Bonnie Raitt, Mose Allison on KPTS bill -- Daredevils come to Wichita -- Lights grow dim 'Night Music' / R. Bretton Neff -- Theater group slates '1776' -- KMUW host Opry’s anniversary -- Harvard professor speaks on absolutes -- Tenelshof to speak at Women’s celebration -- AWARE to sponsor automobile workshop -- Missionary alumni to be honored -- Ahlberg shows China trip slides -- Debators [sic] are available for Bicentennial issues -- Shocker rollers shuffled for 3rd week of battle -- Hurricane blows into Wichita / Steve Pike -- Women command net / Steve Hart -- WSU Volleyballers blitz Tabor - twice! -- Perez ends slump with two homers to give Reds a 3-2 series lead -- Six-man playoffs set -- Med school offers awareness meet
Photograph(s): Abba Eban. p. 1 -- An Arab student protests Israeli politics during a lecture by Abba Eban, former Israeli Foreign Minister. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 1 -- Ozark Mountain Daredevils. p. 6 -- Mose Allison; Bonnie Raitt. p. 6