The Sunflower, v.81, no.09 (September 13, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 9. Wichita, Kansas, September 13, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Cooperative police action nets rape suspect / Dan Close -- They never got rich and were stuck in a ditch: But a cavalry charge of students is rushing the new look ROTC / W. E. Turner -- Cowboy roundup: Routin ’ out rodeo ropers rough / Duke Turner -- Executive secretaries to meet at WSU for annual Firm Night -- Enrollment shifts gear / Marvin Rau -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Passover / Anita Skeen, Kay Closson; Writers play 'word ping pong' with verse / Maria Hansa; Student poetry collection featured in spring Gazebo / Kay Closson -- Northern Illinois scoreless: Shockers shuck Huskies / Steve Pike -- Pittsburg thinclads breeze by WSU -- Tennis team trounced
Photograph(s): Need a lift?: Northern Illinois halfback Ken Moore (35) gets an unwanted assist from Shocker noseguard Clem Jankowski (85) and linebacker Ronnie Schumon (62) during the Shockers' debut in Cessna Stadium Saturday night. W/SU won 21-0. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 1 -- Whoa!: Bronc buster C. T Harris seems unimpressed by this critter's burnished steel sinews. C. T. 's lookin' for some greenhorns with iron britches to sign on with his WSU rodeo outfit. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 2 -- Eyes left!: Somebody's watching you. Officer Ken Miller is enjoying the sight he encountered in front of McKnight Art Center. The object of his delight, however appears not to notice his attention. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 3 -- Poetry pong: Anita Skeen and Kay Closson collectively compose poetry through a process described as ''word ping pong." The poets bat compatible phrases back and forth to create poems which soon will be published in book form. / photo by Marsha Phelps. p. 5 -- Shocker [football] action. / photos by Mick McGee. p. 7