The Sunflower, v.78, no.13 (October 19, 1973)

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The Sunflower, v.78 no.13. Wichita, Kansas, October 19, 1973. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Bobbitt reports faculty response better than ever -- Deadline nears for editorships -- Faculty comment: Good, bad aspects to tenure / Greg Rohloff and Terry Horne -- LPC to allow transfers for faculty fines -- Storefront is an alternative / Dan Bearth -- 'Handicapped' Carlos says he is 'realistic' / Carlos Noriega -- Blood drive coincides with homecoming -- Veteran's corner -- Arabs, Soviets real winners? -- Ford - a boon to America -- ASK proposal ratified by student government -- 'She, her' covers all: Spock joins ranks of libbers -- Art committee votes to approve payments -- Security Chief Stone: Barricade policy outlined -- WSU journalism major receives scholarship -- Clncy, WSU try to even records -- WSU’s first open chess tournament won by a Master -- Volleyball popular as competive [sic] sport at many schools / Debra Clark -- WSU sharpens for MoVal meet / Rick Plumlee -- Fall intramural final results announced / Rick Plumlee -- Track and field for women
Photograph(s): This 30 year old elephant is one of several that are performing at Henry Levitt Arena during the Shrine Circus. Evening performances are 7:30 Friday and Saturday and 6:30 Sunday. Matinees are 2:00 daily. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for children. p. 1 -- Carlos Noriega a WSU student tells his story. p. 2 -- A Shocker runningback goes high in this play against Fresno State last week. Tomorrow the Shocks play in Cincinnati. p. 10
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