The Sunflower, v.82, no.11 (Sepember 7, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 11. Wichita, Kansas, September 7, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): WSU junior heads controversial society / Kate McLemore -- Education major begins new school / Judy Moulos -- Myers predicts improvement in WSU parking conditions -- Wilner receiving facelift -- Adrians [sic] work summer harvest / Mindy Bergner -- SAA extern program set -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Shocks upset WTS -- Hopes high for women's tennis / Kathy Ivy -- Legislators to address educators
Photograph(s): Victory!: The Shocker scoreboard gloating over the West Texas State Buffalos. The Shocks third straight opening nihgt [sic] win upset preseason conference favorite West Texas and put WSU in an early first place tie with New Mexico State. / photo by Mark Williams. p. 1 -- Renewal: Wilner Auditorium's theater as seen through a fish-eye lens. Wilner's $43,000 facelift is scheduled to be finished in time to house mid-November theater productions. p. 3 -- Farm prof: Phil Adrian, assistant professor of physical education takes a break from teaching each summer as he and his family follow the wheat harvest north from Texas to Canada. p. 6 -- Saturday night action: Upper right WSU fullback Jeff Haney receiving a bearhug from WTS cornerback Vic Hayes, as quarterback Jim Andrus looks on in frustration. Upper left: Shocker tackle Ted Vincent (79) wrapping up WTS running back Bo Robinson as linebacker Mike Reichenberger (43) comes up to help out. Below: WSU tailback Payton Bailey attempting to elude the grasp of an unidentified Buffalo defender. / photos by Mark Williams and Alan Dorow. p. 9