The Sunflower, v.82, no.43 (November 28, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 43. Wichita, Kansas, November 28, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): First of two parts: Drinking habits revealed / Judy Moulos -- Basketball star ‘Mo’ dead at 23 -- New aviation business major passed by University Senate / Kate McLemore -- D.A. makes offer they can’t refuse / W. E. Turner -- Guest editorial: 'To be young, gifted, and black' / Le Zachary -- Percussion to perform 'Woodwork' -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- MVC preview: ISU is top MVC pick -- WTS takes MVC -- Women Shockers lose in consolation -- Sports notes / Steve Pike -- Free U. needs instructors
Photograph(s): [Robert 'Mo'] Elmore. p. 1 -- Strike one: Water sprinklers left on all weekend creating perfect conditions for sloshing into second base at the new baseball field west of the Marcus Center parking lot. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 1 -- Forgotten field: Only youngsters playing for fun use the old Shocker artificial turf which was auctioned off and will be replaced with a real green surface for next season. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 3 -- To the max / photos by Dale McRae. p. 6 -- Headless cowboy: Hardin-Simmons' Mike Dabney (50) looking as if he's lost his head over Shocker Cheese Johnson (31). WSU downed the Cowboys 70-72 in the regular season opener Saturday. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 7 -- Working out: Babette Andria lifting weights in the Henry Levitt Gym, Her work in the weight room is part of a class called 'Figure Improvement.' Andria says it "works great." / photo by S. Taylor-Harris. p. 8