The Sunflower, v.82, no.19 (Sepember 26, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 19. Wichita, Kansas, September 26, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Pied Piper book store to close its doors / Jay W. Watson -- State architect held responsible / Kate McLemore -- Debate team wins four rounds in first contest / Judy Moulos -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Shockers lose 14-0 lead -- Volleyballers take first-place honors -- Shlechter: Motivation is key to winning / Kathy Ivy -- Four-team tennis event goes to OU -- Golf team comes in fourth
Photograph(s): Moving out: Jack Whitesell, owner of the Pied Piper Bookstore, a campus landmark to many WSU students, giving a little TLC to one of the many cats who add to the atmosphere of the shop. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photos of hot air balloons and crew. / photos by Cindy Greer. p. 5 -- Holding on: K-State offensive tackle Chester Jeffrey wrestling with WSU Quarterback Jim Andrus. The Shockers dominated the game in the first half but the Wlldcats rolled up 21 second-halt points. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 6 -- Zeroing in: Nate Jones, (16) K-State defensive back, moving up on WSU wide receiver, Bryan Hanning, (81) who has just caught a pass. Hanning was the leading Shocker receiver with five catches for 51 yards, in Saturday's 21-14 loss to the Wildcats. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 6 -- Enjoyable racquet: Sarah Shlecther, coach of Wichita State women’s tennis team bubbles with enthusiasm for the sport Schlechter [sic], who estimates she has taught 6,000 Wichitans the game, has very definite ideas about what makes a winner. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 7