The Sunflower, v.82, no.45 (December 2, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.82 no. 45. Wichita, Kansas, December 2, 1977. - 12 pages

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Article(s): WSU student helps found feminist paper / Mike Shields -- WSU must pay for singing, playing music with copyright / Judy Moulos -- WSU professors aid Carter in ratification of Canal treaty / Kate McLemore -- Jane Fonda lectures Thursday, second in Forum Board series -- Frat for sales executives holds orientation tonight / Debbie Evangelisti -- Forensic library opens -- Critics claiming Carter fails in leadership / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Senate gives Free U. additional $5,396.95 / Mike Shields -- Women’s poetry featured in festival -- Review: WSU drama captures insight, intimacies in 'Sea Horse' / Richard Volk -- WSU education students offered good chance for jobs / Carrie Bogner -- Jazzman Bellson to appear Sunday -- Music professor to transcribe rare Latin American music / Robyn McBurney -- Chorus, choir, singers in Christmas concert -- Women gymnasts host first meet / Kathy Ivy -- WSU’s Ted Vincent impresses professional football scouts -- Andrus, Shocks atop MVC passing charts -- Womens [sic] basketball to take on Tulsa -- WSU out to make intramurals friendly, and fun not combative -- Miller takes team to the road; Shockers play 49ers Saturday
Photograph(s): Suspect apprehended: Members of the BBI (Ball Bureau of Investigation) apprehending a suspected member of the "Can't Play No Ball" terrorist organization Wednesday afternoon south of the Duerksen Fine Arts Center. Though the purpose and intent of the two aforementioned organizations remains a mystery, the members seem to be having fun at whatever they're doing. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 1 -- Pottery selling: A customer, liking what he sees at the WSU Potters Guild Christmas show and sale of pottery, decides a ceramic piece might make a perfect gift for someone on his shopping list. The pottery will be featured today and tomorrow in the McKnight Art Center. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 5 -- Sea Horse: Mary Schultz as Gertie and Nathan Rankin as Harry performing in "Sea Horse", Wichita State University Experimental Theatre's third production of the season. Performances are at 8 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 7 -- Crow's nest: This crow perching atop an ornamental pole was not incorporated in Frank Lloyd Wright's original design of the Corbin Education Center. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 9 -- Toning up: WSU gymnast Cindy Cushing (on uneven parallel bars) practicing for Saturday's WSU invitational gymnastics meet in Henry Levitt Arena. Roxie Mancuso (spotting for Cushing), Joanna Randall, and Cushing are all WSU Cheerleaders who use gymnastics to keep in shape for leading cheers, or maybe vice-versa. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 10