The Sunflower, v.75, no.32 (February 5, 1971)
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The Sunflower: Our 75th year of editorial freedom, v.75 no.32. Wichita, Kansas, February 5, 1971. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Ecology Week begins -- Educators share ideas in statewide workshop -- Classes start Monday: Non-credit courses offered / Karen Mileham -- Proposed act again tabled / Steve Koski -- Courthouse has late hours for registration -- 'Listening Post' provides tapes -- Letters to the editor -- On Hill's side / Richard Hill -- Viewpoint: Overlooking the SGA / Mickey Mouse -- ROTC commander will speak -- Faculty feature: PSD rivals KU -- Contest for political cartoonist still open -- Varsity rifle team places third / Marcia Lester -- Viewpoint: Ali's return to boxing / David Goodpasture -- Shockers win in second half 97-84
Photograph(s): This before and after photo by Gerry Burns shows that winter has definitely come to the WSU campus. p. 1 -- Stairway Gallery features all media work by student artists. p. 2 -- Varsity Rifle Team members who won third place at the Invitational tournament at Manhattan, Kans. are, from left to right: Roger Harber, Roger Stevens, and team captain Dale Harber. The fourth member of the team, John Laggart, Is not present. p. 7 -- Wichita State's Ron Harris (34) rebounds against Bradley while Shocker teammates Jim Givens (54), Preston Carrington (10), Terry Benton (60), and Vince Smith(22) look on. Pictured for Bradley are Gene Gathers (dark jersey on left), Sam Simmons (behind Carrington), and Frank Sylvester (54). The Shockers won the MVC game, 97-84 / Photo by Gerry Burns. p. 8