The Sunflower, v.76, no.05 (September 21, 1971)

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1971-09-21
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.5. Wichita, Kansas, September 21, 1971. - 8 pages

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Article(s): 2-year clinical program set: WSU med branch okayed; Dispute flares -- Adventures in learning goal of Free University -- Long hours, low pay: 3 staffers resign positions on Sunflower -- Puebla summer program furnishes insight, students receive first-hand look at Mexico -- Kiva abounds in sound; Visitors munch to music -- Student solons to survey needs of Environment -- Sunflower comments: Vote now for later -- Mary Jane vs. Jim Beam: Equal to what? -- WSU beckons Merit Scholars -- Solons to ratify SGA positions -- The not-so-silent W -- WSU day-care facility benefits parents, kids -- Student group to advise dean -- Faculty series starts tonite flutist Vornholt leads way -- Arkansas State edges upset minded Shocks -- At Bradley U: Football gone but lettermen stay
Photograph(s): Soaking Shockers: Valiant fans braved rain to cheer the team on at Friday's pep rally. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photographs of WSU day-care facility and children. / Photos by Fred Schwarz. p. 5 -- Randy Jackson on the move. p. 7 -- Owen scores: Shocker quarterback Tom Owen breaks through the Arkansas State line and goes nine yards for the first Shocker touchdown of the game. p. 7 -- Arkansas State's Cavin Harrell is hit by several Shocker linemen in Saturday night's game against Arkansas State. Harrell was the game's leading rusher with 156 in 26 carries. / Photo by Fred Schwarz. p. 8
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