The Sunflower, v.82, no.39 (November 14, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 39. Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wage Increase a 'favor' to work-study students / Kate McLemore -- Shah of Iran's visit protested / Judy Moulos -- Sororities to appeal to WTC -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- $100 fund offered to women -- French poet, musician to lecture -- Volleyballers 3rd in tourney
Photograph(s): Gaining ground: Wichita State University tailback Mickey Collins (23) picking up some of his 37 yards rushing in Saturday's 41- 14 win over Indiana State University before being stopped by ISU cornerback Don Jackson (20) after a six-yard gain. The Shockers now own the lead in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 4-1 record, and are 5-5 overall. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Shocker gymnastics. / photos by Steve Hauck. p. 6 -- Sticky fingers: Wichita State University tight end Bob Cicero (88) receiving one of five touchdown passes made by Jim Andrus to secure a school record for most touchdown passes during a game. The record was previously held by Ed Kriwiel who passed for four touchdowns in 1949. Andrus also broke a record set in 1963 by quarterback Henry Schictle for most touchdown passes completed in one season. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 7 -- Fumble: Wichita State University defensive end Willie Smith (83) looking on as Indiana State University quarterback Pete McCoy (9) fumbles in 3rd quarter action. The ball was recovered by full back Tony Cofield (24) of ISU and for an eight yard toss. The game was played Saturday before a crowd of about 6,000. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 7