The Sunflower, v.82, no.27 (October 14, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 27. Wichita, Kansas, October 14, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Bredehoft wants Rappaport fired again / Kate McLemore -- Pied Piper, Grinder Man must move by Dec. 1 / Judy Moulos -- Senate coffers are low / Mike Shields -- Qaddafi supplying arms to Puerto Rican terrorists / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- WSU students’ priorities iisted in ASK survey -- Director ASKs delegates -- Review: U. Theatre brings life to Thurber’s world / Richard Volk -- Trombonist Hummel to perform -- Jane Fonda to be Forum speaker -- Cahill is new head of PRIMA -- Gridmen will meet New Mexico Lobos / Mary Pecht, number 2 netter, tries harder -- Volleyballers upset Nebraska -- Men’s cross country on road to Missouri -- Women pin top spot, men holding third
Photograph(s): Blowin’ cold: The Shocker Marching Band trumpet section finding shelter from a cold autumn wind; Wednesday morning saw the first frost of the fall. The trumpeters are rehearsing a feature fanfare entrance number to be performed with the Band at the Homecoming game against Long Beach State Oct 29. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 1 -- Governor: Governor Robert Bennett listening to a question from SGA President Hannes Zacharias. Bennett was on campus yesterday visiting informally with students and faculty. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photo of Jane Fonda. p. 6 -- Baaad Backhand!: Mary Pecht showing the competitive spirit that helped her move to the No. 2 position on WSU's women's tennis. Mary began playing tennis only three years ago. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 7