The Sunflower, v.76, no.41 (March 10, 1972)
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.41. Wichita, Kansas, March 10, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Students polled on amnesty, agree 'yes with conditions' -- Student Senate resolution seeks to know status of ROAR group / Kevin Cook -- Profs named in privilege abuse charges / Gary Owens -- Peace Corps - Vista recruiters seek volunteers from campus -- Mikrokosmos a showcase for struggling young writers -- Dormie would upset many a dad by phoning for 31 hours straight -- Newly formed business group to hear speaker -- Flight by belief, return by right -- The greatest show on Earth / Kevin Cook and Doug King -- Athletics hearing gets few listeners, policy explained -- Student dating service soon may not exist due to non-interest / Carla Roberts -- Logopedics students to host Spring Conference -- Moss fresh MVP: Benton, Harris receive honors / Dan Matthews -- Golf team opens year with OSU invitational -- Gymnasts meet rivals KU, KSTC -- Andy Williams and Henry Mancini: Duo gives quiet, relaxing show / Gary Owens
Photograph(s): He fried with his boots on: John Lee gets in early practice for summer lounging. p. 1 -- Bob Downs. p. 1 -- Countdown: Kopczick almost done. p. 3 -- Joe Boylan (center) takes applications: Applicants listen to good points of dating service. p. 6 -- Larry Abbot Award winner: Shock sophomore Greg Boxberger shows shooting form. p. 7 -- Ron Harris. p. 7 -- Mancini at the keyboard, putting last touch to theme from "Romeo and Juliet". / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- Conducting "The Stripper", a tune dedicated to "beautiful ladies in the audience". / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- Wha?: Solo is drowned out. / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- But, Andy, that was the purpose!: Mancini "apologizes" to Williams for loud overture. / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- "I'd do it all again", ending a great night. / Fred Schwarz. p. 8 -- Trumpeter Bud Prisboy: He gives his special style to "Peter Gunn". / Fred Schwarz. p. 8