The Sunflower, v.79, no.53 (February 12, 1975)
The Sunflower, v.79 no.53. Wichita, Kansas, February 12, 1975. - 8 pages
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Article(s): First official cheating policy accepted by University Senate / A. J. Allen -- Traditional painter shows wares at WSU / Bretton Neff -- Security reorders top positions / Kris Critzer -- Escort service begun, welcomed -- Engineer recalls 46 years of university history / Phil Burger -- Welcome to my world: Disabled student speaks out / Fred Markham -- Sunflower review: Structure is prime fault of 'Osage review' / Jeanine Hathaway -- Opera theatre marks death of composer -- Student Senate divides funds for clubs -- Ford courts support in brisk Topeka visit -- WSU bowlers roll to victory in regional competition -- Shocks face 'must' game / Mike Shalin -- Shocker women defeat Tabor
Photograph(s): Wayne Theibaud, right, is guest artist at WSU this week. His painting, "The fishing boat," is not representative of the work which brought him fame. / photos by Roger Giesecke. p. 1 -- John Gaddis's home overlooks Cessna Stadium. Next door is Corbin Education Center. / photo by Roger Giesecke. p. 3