The Sunflower, v.81, no.30 (November 1, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 30. Wichita, Kansas, November 1, 1976. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Homecoming activities sprout school spirit / David Sours -- Basketball ticket vigil campsite cleared -- Cents work for ugliest man -- Aches, high fever, coughs?: Swine flu symptoms cured by vaccination -- It’s time to take a chance: Vote for Jimmy Carter / Marvin Rau -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Meganshire Square / Jeff Hixon; Memo to the wife (on her anniversary) / Paul Dickey; Know-it-alls offer better critiques / Margaret Thomson -- Education teaches self- denial / W. E. Turner -- 49ers undermine Shockers / Steve Pike -- Tough tourney: Spiker effort praised -- 30 scholarship limit dulls football competitive edge / Steve Pike
Photograph(s): Gold mine: Despite evidence that the "mother lode" has panned out, Delta Gamma sorority mined the remnants of school spirit for WSU's Homecoming display contest. The sorority's entry carried the winning slogan "Blast the '49ers' Cuz We're Diggin' Fer Gold Fever." The gold mine facade covers Delta Gamma's house on Clough Street. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 1 -- Callahan: Lisa Callahan, Liberal Arts senior, smiles excitedly after receiving the Homecoming Queen garland during Saturday's football game against Long Beach State. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 1 -- Hung up: WSU's punter, Scott Burger, hangs momentarily suspended over the field et Cessna Stadium as a Long Beach player attempts to block his punt. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 7