The Sunflower, v.81, no.23 (October 15, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 23. Wichita, Kansas, October 15, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Elmore acquitted -- 'Learning continues over iifetime’ / Carrie Bogner -- Flu innoculatlon [sic] free to student, spouse -- WSU known near and far: News director spreads the word making Wichita State standout / David Sours -- Yell-fire planned -- Station official elected leader -- Senate stalemate: University Supreme Court will rule on legality of ICAA ruling / W. E. Turner -- WSU handicapped should voice views / Marvin Rau -- Ford hit-man, Carter sub fight over do-nothing post / Marvin Rau -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- Student lobbyists determine issues -- Film extravaganza may boggle the mind -- Ministers learn to cope -- Health-related: Seminar centers on women / Marie Motowylak -- Long distance runner develops ‘nice legs’ / Mike Millett -- Injuries sideline Shocker -- Shocks sic-em Bulldogs / Ric Lee -- Oarsmen compete
Photograph(s): Frat prep: Evidences of preparation for homecoming activities are sprouting up around campus. This scaffolding in front of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house will support a display for homecoming, Oct. 30. / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 1 -- Come on down!: Associate dean of students Marion Mathews advertises her accessibility to all students, not just women. Mathews completed a study recently of why former adult students return to WSU. / photo by Marsha Phelps. p. 1 -- [Rick] Krewson. / photo by Gary Sharer. p. 5 -- Lassie lapper: Being able to compete with and outdistance men has its advantages as well as disadvantages. Theresa Soukup, WSU freshman, enjoys her status as "a different breed of cat." / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 7