The Sunflower, v.80, no.43 (December 12, 1975)

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1975-12-12
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.80 no. 43. Wichita, Kansas, December 12, 1975. - 16 pages.

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Article(s): Forum Board decides no more night talks -- Work release program to be delayed -- Ombudsman irked at court, University Security -- Freshman redemption is offered -- Capitalist production relations at root of Soviet economic degeneration / C. Cienfuegos -- Thomas Thompson: the storytelling Texan: Writer, editor, teacher recalls distiguished [sic] career / Dan Bearth; After teaching two years, he’s ready to go home / Toni Newman -- Debaters finish third -- Funds still needed, Murdock grant saves books -- Quakers here Sunday -- KM UW to introduce new shows, possibly to expand others -- Attorney to show exhibit -- Extra cash keeps women on the road / Steve Hart -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Savaiano to take sabbatical -- KU to punish demonstrators -- Bowlers to receive hours credit -- Social theory tested by Sheffield, Stanga -- Winners over Mich.- St.: Four years on the court / Steve Hart -- Eastern Michigan will be tougher / Mike Shalin -- Big bowl games on tap / Steve Pike -- Law may limit academicians
Photograph(s): It's either seven of Santa'selves - or the seven dwarves, and the man up front is either Snow White in drag, or Santa in his street clothes. Seriously, these eight were performing Christmas music yesterday in Duerkson Fine Arts Center. They are (L to R): Marc Reeves, Dan Burford, Joan Wurn, Bob Glassburner, and Johnnie Murphy. John Sampen is the conductor. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 1 --One hint; it isn’t Santa Claus. It is the new WSU Shocker mascot that was unveiled yesterday. / photo by Tom Armstrong. p. 1 -- Pr. Eugene Savaiano. p. 11
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