The Sunflower, v.81, no.56 (February 16, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 56. Wichita, Kansas, February 16, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Peaceful protest planned / W. E. Turner -- Students react -- Model UN: WSU delegates honored / Mary Angelee Smith -- Managers to learn to manage -- Senior given scholarship -- Students to condemn freedom violations -- 'Crowning work': War injustices protested / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Chiefs scalp Shocks: Schedule offers no relief -- Coach jokes: Army tale repeated -- Netmen smash foe, Oklahoma up next
Photograph(s): Petitioner: Ivri Messinger, UC freshman, signing a petition yesterday in the CAC protesting the seizure of the film, The Devil and Miss Jones. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Clay phone: Ma Bell would be surprised to see how this telephone has become the butt of several jokes, in addition to clay-covered hands, as it graces the wall of the ceramics department in Henrion. / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 3 -- [Robert] Shaw. p. 5 -- Truck prop: Rick Harris is leaning against his wrack outside the CAC. If you don't learn from him now you may have to pay him later. He teaches Auto Mechanics for Women for the Free University. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 6 -- Winning stride: Bob Christensen finishing first in the distance medley relay at the United States Track and Field Federation (USTFF) National Indoor Championships with a time of 9:59.4. He anchored the race with a 4:11 mile after legs by Randy Duell, John Freeman and Dean Hageman. p. 7