The Sunflower, v.76, no.47 (April 11, 1972)
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.47. Wichita, Kansas, April 11, 1972. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Sheriff advocates stiffer drug laws / Gary Holmes -- Hippodrome competition begins, students to vie in annual 'fun' -- Kansas Student Governor to speak here today -- No vaccine for gonorrhea; Precaution best protection / Carla Roberts -- WSU students, faculty among them: McGovern gets Wichita delegates -- 'Rapan Lifeways’ topic of lecture -- Channel 8 to offer special series on summer at WSU -- Trees may never grow -- Wanted, help for Sunflower, SGA -- Personal bests for three: Four mile relay sets record -- New coaches pattern for Shocker offense -- WSU relays open for high schools Thursday -- Softball squad wins first game over McPherson -- Netters travel to Oklahoma City
Photograph(s): Johnnie Darr / Gary Holmes. p. 1 -- Pat Blanchard relaxes in 'class': Sun shade and spring - the best aids when studying for finals. p. 1 -- Sheriff Darr relaxes in his office: Plenty of paperwork to add to police duties. / Gary Holmes. p. 6 -- Darr contemplates answer: Sheriff holds strong views on drugs. / Gary Holmes. p. 6 -- Interruption: An important caller for Darr. p. 6 -- Steve Tensi (R) gives pointers to Tom Owen: New Shocker coach will help young quarterback. / Fred Schwarz. p. 7 -- Leon Brown, Steve Lee. p. 7 -- Pitcher Cathy Mustoe, hurled three hitter. p. 8