The Sunflower, v.82, no.33 (October 28, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.82 no. 33. Wichita, Kansas, October 28, 1977. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Sailtriking: Harris does not pedal his bike — he sails it / Richard Volk -- Chaney sees need for pot law change -- Zacharias vetoes motion for CAC food investigation -- WSA spooks coming out on Sunday -- Torrijos’ brother wanted for heroin trafficking / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Flamenco troupe to perform -- Carlin to speak today -- Readers Theatre to perform -- U. Opera to perform Strauss -- Gridmen face tough going tomorrow -- Women take 'Cats,’ best-of-5
Photograph(s): [Bert] Chaney. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 1 -- Street sailing: Bill Harris is sailing merrily down the street instead of a stream on his Sailtrike. The Sailtrike was invented and manufactured by Randy Schlitter in Hays, Kansas. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- 1977 Homecoming Queen candidates: Aldrich; Franklin; Harienske; Justice; Riggins. p. 2 -- Too charming: Bill Johnson is surrounded by two charming ladies, Terri Cramer (left), and Nancy Bogard. The three will perform with Tim Harrington, Beth Ruthven, and Jamey Varnadore in "These Much Too Charming People" Saturday and Sunday in the Wilner Auditorium Pit Theater. / photo by Craig Shearer. p. 6 -- Take that!: Becky McIntyre (32) of the Wichita State University women's volleyball team delivering a spike to the Kansas State University defense. The Shockers won their last conference match of the season 3-2. / photo by Kathy Ivy. p. 7