The Sunflower, v.76, no.25 (December 7, 1971)

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1971-12-07
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.25. Wichita, Kansas, December 7, 1971. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Eight seek damages in air death suits -- Beer proposal passes, awaits prexy approval -- Radar watch nets 30 during early hours -- Tutors abound: If you know where to look / Max Evans -- Top Nixon troubleshooters to tell of labor and management woes -- Original arrangement to premiere at WSU -- Senior art project shown in CAC McFarland Gallery -- Condemned houses in area: Action possible on unsafe 9 -- SGA-backed book exchange could increase resale value -- Concert Hall dedication set at Christmas concert -- Board of Trustees sets new guides on short loans -- WSU gets 300 grand to aid new buildings -- Sunflower comments: Do-nothing tragedy -- Spanish Xmas program shows Latin tradition -- WSU Commission studying women's place in University -- MECHA to entertain Waco-Finn headstart -- Pre-school asks help of folks in scheduling -- VA reminds vets of tutor service -- Chemistry prof gets funds for cancer research -- Shocks win opener: Final surge dumps Nebraska -- Lack of experience, new coach important factors for Bulldogs
Photograph(s): WSU musicians perform in madrigal Renaissance costumes and setting: Madrigals and Chamber Singers presented annual Candlelight Christmas Concert Sunday. p. 1 -- Forwards Steve Shogren (L), Ron Harris: Shocker seniors played key roles in victory over Nebraska. p. 7 -- Rick Dvorak (94), Lino Venerucci (58), and Randy Jackson (22) set for action: Shocker stalwarts named to all-Missouri Valley first teams for their outstanding play. p. 8
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