The Sunflower, v.80, no.49 (February 4, 1976)

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1976-02-04
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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 49. Wichita, Kansas, February 4,1976. - 20 pages.

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Article(s): Faculty salaries in trouble, says Gov -- Women Engineers win grade war, male technical societies default / Paula Brocklesby -- Student Senate fins gaps in personnel, changes catalogue printing schedule / Pat Jennings -- Free U registration going well -- Colloquia to discuss Justice Douglas -- Good-bye, Barry -- Counterpoint: Fluorocarbons, SST can harm ozone layer, specialists claim / Jackie Edwards -- Officers need handguns, chief of security states / David Cotner -- CED to hold open house Wed. -- High scoring Braves chase No. 1 Shocks / Mike Millett -- Scholl blooms as new Shocks’ star, leading playmaker now shines all-round -- Women Shocks expect to sweep road hosts -- Warren refuses to build her castles in the air / Charles Minshull-Ford -- Shockers have good chance to win ACU-I tournament / Phil Burger -- Cadavers at WSU: the “real thing" / Monica Reichenberger -- Sunflower Quarterly Section B: "The golden age of freedom"
Photograph(s): Susan Scholl. p. 6 -- Mary Ellen Warren. p. 7 -- “It's a brain,*' Sherie Williamson must be saying to Paul McEnroe, as they collaborate in the Gross Human Anatomy Lab. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 8
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