The Sunflower, v.80, no.48 (February 2, 1976)

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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 48. Wichita, Kansas, February 2,1976. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): Night students form ESO / Bonnie Johnson -- “Erotic Dreams”: Controversial? / Eric Stough -- Dick Gregory to speak here on “a great social revolution” -- Veterans corner -- Many students are eligible for scholarship grants -- Gaddis fights Wolf Creek plant / A.J. Allen -- Omnisphere Center opens in June / Eric Stough -- Vets: need tutorial guidance? Centact Veterans’ affairs office -- Bertolucci goes beyond the basics and evolves cinematic style all his own -- Shocks win again, share valley lead, defeat Aggies 78-70 / Steve Pike -- Scoring my points / Mike Shalin -- Sophs clutch in KSU meet / Steve Shaad -- Women cagers fall shy, Phillips’ press decisive / Steve Hart -- Crippled gymnasts collapse back-to-back without placing -- Hypertension: enzyme deficiency? / Mary Smith -- Ex “Dodger” challenges young to hold heads high / Jacquelyn Smith
Photograph(s): Bob Kitchen, president of the Evening Student Organization, wants "evening students to have a formal voice at the university - we have special problems day students never encounter." / photo by David Cotner. p. 1 -- Two points! The hot-handed Shocks, hitting 55 per cent, boosted their conference record to 4-1.; Doug Yoder adds two on a lay-up against a flat-footed New Mexico State defenseman.; Injured Cheese Johnson lies alone on the floor, while, downcourt, action continues. / photos by Tom Armstrong. p. 6 -- David Grainger; Jim Priess. p. 8
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