The Sunflower, v.82, no.47 (December 7, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 47. Wichita, Kansas, December 7, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): [Robert] Elmore services today -- ‘Realistic view’ object of ed. class / Carrie Bogner -- Bryant’s anti-gay crusade greeted with pickets, amens / Mike Shields -- Smoking elevators out of order 1 hour -- Nine new majors approved at general faculty meeting / Mike Shields -- Collegium to perform Tuesday -- Quartet to play Dvorak -- Citizens abroad get little aid from State Dept. officials / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- University record -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Rhyme and reason / Pat Williams; Crows / Barbara Bihlmaier; De Corazon / Paul J. Rajcok; Untitled poem / Barbara Bihlmaier -- African malnutrition is result of several different causes / Peter Wong -- Fonda to give Forum lecture on ‘Contemporary Issues' -- Science vs Evolution subject of address -- Weather bogging down finish of new WSU baseball field -- Brent 3rd in MVC, hitting 66 percent -- Collins chosen by UPl -- Women set to battle Oklahoma tonight -- Geography 750 to visit Mexico
Photograph(s): [Anita] Bryant. / photo by Craig Sharer. p. 1 -- Confrontation: Glenn Shore (right) and an unidentified woman demonstrator on the steps of Century II arguing last night before Anita Bryant's performance at the Revival Fires Crusade. About 60 anti-Bryant demonstrators picketed Century II carrying signs with slogans like "Save our children from bigotry." / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Cold cars: George Lentz jumping the reluctant engine of his car Tuesday morning when the temperature was a chilly 11 degrees. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 5 -- Professor Bienvenido Santos, short story writer, poet, novelist and lecturer, conducts a graduate workshop in fiction as well as the Introduction to Creative Writing class pictured. / photos by S. Taylor-Harris. p. 6 -- [Jane] Fonda. p. 8 -- Giving life: A healthy donor giving blood to the Red Cross Bloodmobile which is located in the CAC Ballroom and is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 9 -- [Henry] Morris. p. 9 -- [Charlie] Brent. p. 10 -- [Mickey] Collins. / photo by Alan Dorow.