The Sunflower, v.81, no.57 (February 18, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 57. Wichita, Kansas, February 18, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Busted: Police arrest Society leader -- Rights defended: Free speech banner draws rally -- Health Job Fair to match students with employers -- Gerontology center planned / Bob Linder -- Violation of rights deplored: Senate asks investigaton [sic], pledges support for students / W. E. Turner -- The gas is not being passed / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Readers opinions: Anti-obscenity vs.pro- rights: / Erotic Arts Society promotes slavery to lust / Stan Welles; ‘Prudish community’ raps 'rat community' behavior / William C. Sexton; Commitment demanded / Michael Knapp; Morality's hard to legislate / Kitty Talbott, Leslie Voss, Susan Orsbon, Huey Nelson, Trudy Palmer, Cheryl Reed, Mark Ward, Carla Eubanks, Pamela Hutcherson, Michael McCool ; Leave nothing to chance / Jim Hughes; Minds cannot be legislated / Richard D. Jantz; Opposition has rights / Duane Schrag -- SGA presidential candidates - on record -- String Quartet performs -- Journalism students compete -- Warriors No. 6: WSU to face Marquette / Steve Pike -- Keeley tops scoring list: She’s not ready to hang up her basketball shoes
Photograph(s): 'Right on!’: Speakers for the peaceful assembly Wednesday in front of Morrison Hall evoked a variety of emotions from Wichita State University students. About 400 students and faculty members assembled in a show of support for academic and personal freedom. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photos from WSU Erotic Arts Society film confiscation protest. / photos by Alan Dorow, Tom Matzen, Jim Siebert, and Mick McGee. p. 6-7 -- BODO [John Eldon “BODO" Bolan II]; [Richard] Childers; [Rich} Conlon; [Hannes] Zacharias. p. 8 -- ‘Mo’ points: Robert "Mo" Elmore going up for two of 17 points he scored in the Shocker's win over the Bradley Braves, 91-88, Thursday night in Henry Levitt Arena. Lynbert "Cheese" Johnson was the high-point man with 27, followed by Charlie Brent with 20 points. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 11