The Sunflower, v.82, no.51 (December 16, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.82 no. 51. Wichita, Kansas, December 16, 1977. - 12 pages

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Article(s): New police method is too controversial / Barbara Gerleman -- Marple will provide something different / Carolyn Kell -- Banks, Case and Graham selected for hold-over spots / Mike Shields -- It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s engineering’s supersign -- Guitarist to perform Sunday -- Dam's collapse was avoidable, negligence may cause others / Jack Anderson -- TM is restful process, not a ‘flashy experience / Barbara Gerleman -- Part-time Santa finds job rewarding / Dana Hilger -- Program is ‘Outward Bound' -- New school of accountancy up for University approval / Mindy Bergner -- Fellows will study New York City -- Wilson-formed Mime Theatre to give first performance -- College general education termed ‘a disaster area’ -- Operation Holiday support withdrawn -- ASK requesting graduate on Board -- Shockers break the curse, trample NIU 81-65 for 2nd win / Ken Corbitt
Photograph(s): Final cram: Ken Earl, ME senior, studying in Ablah Library for fall semester finals. WSU students will take final examinations the week of Dec. 17-23 according to the schedule printed below. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Silverplate fingerprinting: WSU Security Sgt. David McCullough (seen in reflection) applying an iodine silverplate to lift fingerprints from human skin. The new technique can aid security officers in the detection of such violent crimes as rape, mugging and murder where the criminal might have touched the victim’s body. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- [Mike] Bales. photo by Craig Sharer. p. 5 -- Mime troupers: Members of the Actor's Mime Theatre performing one of their sketches during the troupe's first performance, tonight and tomorrow in the Pit Theater of Wilner Auditorium. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 7 -- Old is new: Marilyn Gump, standing before her new enterprise — the old Marple Theater. Gump plans to rejuvenate the old theater which has been known as the Vogue Art for the last several years and will feature art films and live entertainment. / photo by Craig Sharer. p. 8 -- Classroom newscast: Roger Brooks videotaping Glenn Wilbur's newscast as part of Michelle Montegues' final project in the advanced broadcast journalism class. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 9 -- [Bruce] Smith. p. 10 -- Eulogy: Gus Grebe, sportscaster for KTVH-TV, delivering a eulogy to the University of Evansville basketball team in front of the memorial to the Oct. 2, 1970 airplane crash that killed 29 persons, including 13 members of the WSU football team. The entire Evansville team lost their lives Tuesday when the airplane taking them to a game in Tennessee crashed shortly after take-off from the Evansville airport. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 11
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