The Sunflower, v.82, no.17 (Sepember 21, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.82 no. 17. Wichita, Kansas, September 21, 1977. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Secretive: Building caucus yields no progress / Kate McLemore -- House Speaker Carlin at WSU today / Judy Moulos -- Second campus shuttle bus due later this semester / Judy Moulos -- Air problem eliminated, rifle team to begin shooting / Jay Watson -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Images: The Sunflower literary section: Dear John, Dear Coltrane / Michael S. Harper; Harper to read Thursday; Captive / Sheri Brigstocke; Rhyme and Reason / Pat Williams -- WSU’s 'fighting fireman' about to take 'giant step' -- QB Andrus named top offensive player
Photograph(s): Mind blowin': Scott Weber’s sungIasses reflecting the smiling face of Julie Rutherford on another windy Kansas day. Although mornings are becoming chilly, most days continue to be warm and windy. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photo of John Carlin. p. 1 -- Ready, aim: Master Sergeant, Joe Hartan, pointing out features of the ROTC firing range and explaining some of the changes being made in preparation for the reopening of the range next week. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 3 -- Round one: Mike Hallacy, WSU student and pro-boxer for nine years, appearing confidant and prepared to face his opponent, Sugar Ray Seale, 1972 Olympic Champion, in the North American Title Elimination Bout at 7:30 this Wednesday night in Century II's Convention Hall. Four other bouts are on the program including Hallacy's two brothers, Ned and Pat, also professionals. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 7