The Sunflower, v.82, no.50 (December 14, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.82 no. 50. Wichita, Kansas, December 14, 1977. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Student opinions on faculty tenure wanted / Judy Moulos -- End of Topeka tractor rally does not mean end of strike / Kate McLemore -- Erickson by day, ‘Ol' Flick’ by night / Dana Hilger -- Gifts to WSU increase / Mindy Bergner -- U. Senate discusses bargaining / Mike Shields -- Guest Editorial: A degree of dissatisfaction / Eric Yost -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Brigstocke new literary editor; Rhyme and reason / Pat Williams; Exhausted after watching an all-day argument, she falls asleep watching Classic Theater / Carl Stach; October / Carl Stach -- Discrimination and drop-outs main local Chicano problems -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- Shockers get ready for Holiday Classic / Kathy Ivy -- Shocks hope to stop streak against Northern Iowa tonight / Ken Corbitt -- Bird tops MVC stats, Cheese, Brent at 18.8 -- Sports notes / Steve Pike
Photograph(s): [Jim] Erickson. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- [Sheri] Brigstocke. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 6 -- Bruce Cutler, poet end distinguished professor of humanities, read from his work at a Faculty Reading Saturday night in the Life Sciences Building. The reading, sponsored by the English Graduate Students Association, also featured the work of Bienvenido Santos, poet, fictionist, and distinguished professor of English, and the work of Jeanine Hathaway, poet and Engilsh instructor. / photo by Larry Lochman.
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