The Sunflower, v.80, no.38 (November 24, 1975)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 38. Wichita, Kansas, November 24, 1975. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Regents release agendas -- Governors nix New York aid / Dave Bartel -- Belly up boys, it’s finally in the house / Neil Cook -- Elusive leak plagues dorm -- College bowl blitzed by honors team brain trust -- Just off 17th Street / Marsh Galloway -- Thanksgiving: It makes no cents / Kent Johnson -- Harvest photo wins for physical education senior -- Logopedics patients, students learn together / Mary Smith -- Multinational firms, foreign investment needed for African development, Nehrt says -- Nutrition expert not worried by overuse of convenience foods -- Arty season set at KPTS -- ‘Buy’ ousted from Bicentennial -- WSU plays truant officer for VA / Neil Cook -- Shock cagers skate by a weak AIA / Steve Pike -- Beyond Bruton: The demise of sport / Mike Shalin -- Gymnast team to perform Tuesday in Henry Levitt -- Rowing teams meet in cold test -- Women cagers start tonight
Photograph(s): Terry McLeod (right), senior geology major, carries the ball for the Geology Club as teammate Fred Harvey, sophomore, runs interference. The Geology Club played their annual game Sunday afternoon against die Chemistry Club winning 14-7 to take home the trophy. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 1 -- The winning team in the 1975 College Bowl competition sponsored by Phi Eta Sigma. The Bene Gesserit team is, from left to right: Liz Hartley, Carla Mahaney, George Pyle, and Betsy Fine. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 3 -- Shocker Calvin Bruton drives past Athletes In Action's Owen Long for a layup. Teammate Bob Trogele trails the play.; Neil Strom hits on two of his 20 points in Saturday night's game. / photos by Howard Rappaport. p. 10