The Sunflower, v.79, no.25 (October 25, 1974)

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The Sunflower, v.79 no.25. Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1974. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Unlimited seconds policy may end: Climbing food costs hurt dorms / Bonnie Johnson -- Students greet Stevens with jeers -- Damage slight in McKinley fire -- Rep. Garner Shriver speaks here Tuesday -- German lifestyle similar to U.S. / Becky Wadsworth -- Band Day will feature 25 bands -- Keep them off the streets -- A hollow tribute -- Women's lib not relevant: Black liberations comes first -- Wichita rape center educates, gives aid and counseling / Barbara Judd -- UCCM service for Kretzschmar is Wednesday -- Group seeks lo promote Air Force, ROTC interest -- Mortar Board hosts Shocker Day Nov. 2 -- Bush plans to add new sculptures / Kris Critzer -- WSU, Oxford debate focuses on VP worth -- Volleyball, rifle entries due -- Shocks are young and talented for 74-75
Photograph(s): Tlie lower bridge on McKnight Art Center is approximately one foot lower than what was specified. The Land Use Planning Committee warns anyone with a truck and camper or other tall vehicle to be wary when driving under the bridge. p. 1 -- Wichita city firemen, after chopping a hole in the roof of McKinley hall, douse the flames. / photo by Curtis Lewis. p. 1 -- John Stevens, American Party candidate for the Fourth District Representative seat, answers student’s questions about his views. p. 1 -- Dr. George Gerwin. p. 3 -- Senior Men's Honor Group: (from left) Bill Hanshaw, Bill Wix, George David Ringer, Richard Thode and Alan McLeod. p. 8 -- Senior Women's Honor Group: (from left) Cynthia Lair, Sally Hartwell, Lois DePew, Deanna Patton and Nancy Cox. p. 8 -- "Profile Canto IV-A". p. 9 -- The Shocks return to action next Saturday at 1:30 p.m. against Drake at Cessna Stadium. / photo by Dennis Underwood. p. 10 -- The 1974-75 Shocker basketball team includes (L-R) Ed Southern, Williard Tsingine, Ed Marks, Will Epps (no linger with the squad), Mike Edgar, Steve Cano, Floyd Holmes, Mike Harris, Jim Reinert, Bob Elmore, Doug Yoder, Neal Strom, Robert Gray, Mike Marshall, Jim McCullough, Donald Battee, Milton Setrini, and Calvin Bruton. p. 11
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