The Sunflower, v.80, no.37 (November 21, 1975)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 37. Wichita, Kansas, November 21, 1975. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): ‘No useful role’ in faculty bargaining: Student role blasted / Dan Bearth -- Vets to answer roll for VA / Bob Linder -- Beer sales start today in CAC -- Panel to discuss freedom -- Colloquim [sic] features Kuklinski -- Military justice: Is there another way? / Jim Buchan -- Douglas: Tribute to a freedom fighter / Harry Kennedy -- Student Government: Seeks communication link / Debbie Haynes -- Studying never looked so good / Kris Critzer -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Instruction for Pat Collins / Anita Skeen; Endangered species / Marlis Manley Klein -- Finkel’s attitude: Hang loose / Roy Campbell -- History of man to be re-enacted -- Jazz Arts groups set fall concert -- Harp soloist to appear -- KMUW to air College Bowl -- KMUW to air concerts -- Kershaw, Walker to share stage -- Harris to tickle ivories at WSU -- U-Senate to discuss Continuing Education / Mike Heckman -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- SGA raps with minorities -- Black students still listen to old DuBois, Washington debate / Marie Gettings -- Keeley key edition: Women cagers look improved / Mike Shalin -- Vespoli’s paddlers like it on top / Jacquelyn Knapp -- Shockers will see action with athletes this week -- Students to play President / Mike Heckman -- Management professor to speak -- Library staff happy with electronic snitch
Photograph(s): Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller talks with newsmen upon his arrival in Wichita last night for the National Republican Governor's Conference. Looking on in the background is Kansas Governor Robert Bennett. In a speech later, Rockefeller deplored the narrow ideological extremes that are preventing this country from realistically responding to pressing needs. The convention continues through Saturday. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1 -- Members of the State College Coordinating Council discuss items proposed by student representatives in preparation of the Board of Regents meeting today at the Marcus Center. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1