The Sunflower, v.76, no.15 (October 26, 1971)

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1971-10-26
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, October 26, 1971. - 8 pages

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Article(s): UN okays Red China, U.S. suffers defeat -- Veterans Day nixed here: Vets make up for lost time / Andy Fields and Max Evans -- Math head Perel launches attack on gain in student representation -- Arena drug bust nets 4 Saturday -- Group ton discuss women in politics -- Publication may cease: Student Senate cuts UDK lifeline -- Free U. drop-ins welcome in 12 non-credit courses -- Lewis will deliver Black history speech -- Dove stand may help ex-senator -- Nervy theater: 'Murder Case' tried in Pit / Marsh Galloway -- Health profs to seek cure for training ills -- Sunflower comments: Learning the system -- On severing ties -- Fears Equal Rights Amendment: Senator wants separate johns -- 'Countdown '72': Meet to cover vote issues -- WSU Wind Orchestra gives concert tonight at DFAC -- Vietnam War leaves first gripe position -- Senate to hear reports tonight -- Debaters do well in national meet -- Health Services offers student influenza program -- WSU YAF chapter now defunct; New libertarian institute created / Doug King -- Audio-visual educator to speak here today -- Media women discuss journalistic activism with professionals -- AKL establishes local chapter -- Fly by 21-5: Cards rock WSU -- Women's tennis serves 5-2 win -- It's Knapp time / John Rene Knapp -- Hockey team ties for league lead -- Shocker insights / Gary Owen -- Too much Wildcat: Frosh clawed at Manhatten [sic] / Steve Grillot -- Shock harriers easily trim Razorbacks' edges
Photograph(s): Count the leaves: As winter nears the foliage becomes sparse, students seek one last opportunity to comfortably spend some time outdoors. p. 1 -- Remember high school bands: This group of Hutchinson bandsmen relax after competition in WSU's annual band day Saturday at Cessna Stadium. p. 3 -- Brian Compton displays the kneeling position: WSU's rifle team begins qualifying round Monday for Colorado meet. p. 7 -- Gary Watkins. p. 8
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