The Sunflower, v.80, no.34 (November 14, 1975)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 34. Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1975. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Cattle: a bumper crop / Bonnie Johnson -- Athletic board says nix, beer and balls don't mix -- Advising questionnaire given / Bob Linder -- Demonstrators stop appearance of race/intelligence theorist -- ACLU’s Miller warns of 1984 law / Mike Heckman -- Sculptor to open Heritage Week -- SGA prejudice charged -- Why must I take core? / Dan Bearth -- Another cup of cold water: An interview with Siv Cedering Fox / Mardy Murphy -- McAuley reads Wednesday -- Husband, wife duo slated -- Ron Wilson returns to mime again -- Former WSU student wins comp -- Barbra boo-boos with Rupe -- Wilkie fellowship grows -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Managerial training set -- Coach’s pick to bowl -- Shocks vs. Drake Saturday / Mike Shalin -- Parking talk shows WSU needs space
Photograph(s): John Kearney, noted bumper sculptor rides his newest edition to the WSU campus art collection to a welded halt between Clinton Hall and Ablah Library. At $3400 each, that's a lot of bull any way you look at it. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1 -- Hank Smith. p. 3 -- James A. McAuley. p. 5 -- John Aley, a 1974 WSU graduate receives his first place award in the American division of the first annual trumpet competition sponsored by Paquet Cruises, and the Carnegie Hall Corporation. p. 6 -- Shocker assistant basketball coach Ed Murphy points out an error during a recent practice. Listening are, Sid Ford, (back to camera), Ed Southern (left), and Charles Brent. / photo by Howard Rappaport. p. 11