The Sunflower, v.81, no.03 (August 27, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 3. Wichita, Kansas, August 27, 1976. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Bredehoft called out on parking / W. E. Turner -- Senators reverse athletic-fund resolution -- Who needs gas, electric utilities?: Physicist claims technology available, but suppressed / Mike Heckman -- Abernathy in Wichita for Sunday engagement -- Jazz director pushes student participation -- Seek voice In faculty bargaining: Pittsburg students struggle for inclusion / Chris Lamb, Liz Wade, Trish Costello, Terri Monsour -- Sisters: Women and girls share happier lives / Dan Close -- Distinguished writers join journalism staff -- New ruling given for student loans -- Herm’s harriers seek sixth title -- Hopes only to win: Adkins moves toward WSU record -- Salukis rub salt in old wounds: Sycamores test teeters / Greg Ciskowski -- Edmonds exhibit premieres -- String quartet to open Guest Artist Series -- Round-house punch to the soap opera junkies -- Kingston Trio returns
Photograph(s): They don't stay: Concrete parking blocks planned to mark reserved spaces for "well- healed" athletic supporters will be moved. A Sunflower inquiry gives Athletic Director a change of heart. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 1 -- First meeting: SGA Executive Secretary Susan Brown is watching over the first meeting of student government for the fall semester. Athletic funding, nightshirt parade, student government retreat and a minority affairs council were subjects of senate action. / photo by Mike McGee. p. 1 -- Hiley H. Ward; David Digg. p. 5 -- Signal caller: Will WSU quarterback Sam Adkins pass, or hand off to a rambling fullback? Adkins may break John Eckman's all-time passing record this year. p. 7