The Sunflower, v.80, no.25 (October 22, 1975)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 25. Wichita, Kansas, October 22, 1975. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): CAC mess causes stink -- Student Senate initiates Free U incorporation -- Book thieves warned of suspension rule -- Teachers to ponder an appeal decision -- ASK makes no statement on pot -- New poster policy set -- Larry James elected to lead Black student organization -- Clean It up! -- Research: Projects join students and instructors in confronting major problems of the day: Wind power explored; Students, builders cooperate to save artifacts; Solar power Intrigues young researchers; Research helps supply store / Mary Smith -- Handicapped children learn through music / Mike Heckman -- Quarterback experiment continues / Mike Shalin -- Fisk's homer lifts Sox, ties series with Cincy -- Vadakin nears perfect game: Bowler strikes WSU record -- SAE's, Fairmount play for intramural title -- Lobo tournament slated -- Sam Adkins presented with Lombardi award -- International study group proposed -- Noriega files suit -- Kickback cases end in acquittal -- University officials to meet at WSU -- Bibb to talk at KEA conference
Photograph(s): Senators Chuck Madden and Hannes Zacharias show support for the 'Bring Your Own Bedroll' resolution which protests long SGA meetings. The resolution was not discussed because of a lengthy meeting. p. 1 -- Betty Fine, an anthropology sophomore, pieces together a pot found at Yellow Jacket, Colorado. / photo by Brian Corn. 5 -- Quarterback Sam Adkins is sacked during his brief appearance in last week's game. / photo by Howard Rappaport. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.80 no.25
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