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dc.date.accessioned2020-07-09T22:41:41Z
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dc.date.issued1977-10-17
dc.identifier.citationThe Sunflower, v.82 no. 28. Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1977. - 8 pages
dc.identifier.other09-06-02-01_1977-10-17
dc.identifier.urihttps://soar.wichita.edu/handle/10057/18749
dc.descriptionImages in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material held by University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives; processed by the University Libraries Technical Services. Please contact Special Collections at specialcollections@wichita.edu directly for help with low quality images.
dc.descriptionArticle(s): $153,310 deficit: CAC in the red, fees may climb -- Pakistani student supports Pakistan coup / Kate McLemore -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- To air is divine -- WSU harriers take 8th, 6th -- Volleyballers tie for 5th / Kathy Ivy -- Netters take third
dc.descriptionPhotograph(s): Backstage glitters: Members of the Shrine Circus preparing to make their grand entrance under the big top Saturday. The big top was really Henry Levitt where the Shrine Circus performed from Thursday through Sunday. / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 2 -- Upper left: 2nd Annual Milton Besser Memorial Frisbees are actually World Class model 119G’s sporting the tournament logo and were widely used during the maximum time aloft competition at Saturday's tournament. The frisbees sold for $3 each with the proceeds going to the Milton Besser Scholarship fund. Upper right: Steve Smith, a competitor from Missouri, kicking an incoming frisbee up into the air while practicing for the freestyle event. After kicking the frisbee to a higher level, Smith can balance the disk on his fingertip as it spins, catch it behind his back or perform any one of the number of tricks that make freestyle the favorite event of most frisbee addicts. Lower left: Mike White, of the Heart of America Frisbee Club, zeroing in on the target during practice for the accuracy event. Competitors often practice for seven hours at events which may take less than five minutes to complete during competition. Lower right: Greg Scheffler, of the WSU Flatland Frisbee Association, following the flight of his disk after a sidearm delivery. Frisbees can be thrown In a variety of ways, with each different throw having its own light properties. / photos by Alan Dorow. p. 5 -- Grappling gridmen: The Shocker traveled to New Mexico Saturday for a nonconference battle with the University of New Mexico Lobos. The Lobos came out on top, 22-17. Right: WSU fullback Jeff Haney (21) goes up the middle for a 5-yard gain before being stopped by UNM linebacker Marlon Chapman (50). Bottom: Lobo fullback Mike Williams (40) is brought down just short of a first down in the fourth quarter by Shocker free safety Terry William (28). / photos by Michael Knapp. p. 7
dc.language.isoen_US
dc.publisherWichita State University
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Sunflower
dc.relation.ispartofseriesv.82 no.28
dc.subjectCollege newspapers and periodicals
dc.subjectWichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers
dc.subjectStudent publications
dc.subjectWichita State University -- History
dc.titleThe Sunflower, v.82, no.28 (October 17, 1977)
dc.typeNewspaper
dc.typeArchival material
dc.rights.holderWichita State University
dc.formatpdf., 8 pages
dc.coverage.spatialWichita, Kansas


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