The Sunflower, v.77, no.28 (January 23, 1973)
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The Sunflower, v.77 no.28. Wichita, Kansas, January 23, 1973. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Vets maintain day-long vigil / Debra Austin and Steve Chalker -- Civil disobedience explored in talk by visiting speaker / Charlie Cookson -- Once-jailed journalist to speak on press freedom -- Education conference features uses of guided design principles / Kevin Cook -- Library shuffling almost done / Debra Austin -- Hysteria prevailed: Hannon says police over-reacted / Terry Horne -- Handicapped students get office for help -- Debaters fare well in openers -- New York prison expert to speak on Attica riots -- Apply for editorships -- WSU housing unusually full -- Phone linked classes offered until weekend -- WSU‘s literary mag to select new staff -- Women lose twice -- Defensive coach moves to Iowa -- Littleton new golf pro -- Roundball Day announced -- Intramural tidbits given -- Intramural basketball leaders posted -- Winter snow takes auto toll -- English department offers MA In writing / Pat Jennings
Photograph(s): Robert Green, associate of the late Martin Luther King, reflected his dead friend's sentiments of "A powerful demand for reason and justice" at WSU Friday. p. 1 -- 'King Richard' speaks to Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), students and others to the local Vigil for Peace at the CAC Theater Friday. p. 1 -- Bruce Cooper, sophomore, pulls his last class card during the past week. p. 5 -- WSU coed, Jenny Piper, watches her footing in the blanket of snow that hit Wichita Sunday. p. 8