The Sunflower, v.76, no.40 (March 7, 1972)
The Sunflower, v.76 no.40. Wichita, Kansas, March 7, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Says female speaker: Women are invisible majority / Carla Roberts -- Women's barrier only themselves / Max Evans -- WSU takes top delegation honor at MUN Conference / Kevin Cook -- WSU hosts first annual French contest for high school students -- Sunflower apologizes for erroneous facts -- Editorial comment: Does Chinese trade mean good fortune? -- SGA chief gives mimeograph policy, MUN coordinator 'thanks' admirers -- Security chief advises caution -- Morrison honchos whip dorm staff -- Editor of Pulitzer Prize winning paper meets journalism students -- MECHA group attends Chicano Conference -- 'WSU slow down' brings winning season -- 'Senior Night' a success: Shocks capture season finale -- Fairmount teams lead intramurals -- WSU tops century mark in win over Buffaloes -- Deposits due for Seventh Annual Puebla Summer -- Arabian customs, problems discussed at Friday program
Photograph(s): Laurine Fitzgerald speaks to WSU women, notes the largest U.S. majority - women. / Fred Schwarz. p. 1 -- Ladonna Harris heads women's political meeting: Men now see impact of organized women. / Fred Schwarz. p. 1 -- WSU coeds wait for traffic: Repair work on 17 and Yale makes walking, driving hazardous. p. 5 -- Shocker fans put game on ice: Sign in background became a commons sight in Henry Levitt Arena. / Fred Schwarz. p. 6 -- Miller gives instructions. / Fred Schwarz. p. 6 -- Terry Benton, leading rebounder. / Fred Schwarz. p. 6 -- Ron Harris, fifth leading scorer. / Fred Schwarz. p. 6 -- Shockers hit 100: Reserve Bob Goltz sends WSU over century mark against Buffaloes. / Fred Schwarz. p.7 -- Vince Smith controls ball: Terry Benton (50), Rick Kreher watch action against Eagles. p. 7 -- Eskimo dancers hold up the game: A little magic for WSU against West Texas? / Fred Schwarz. p. 8