The Sunflower, v.81, no.11 (September 17, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 11. Wichita, Kansas, September 17, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): History class escapes into past: Depression days seen on screen - department experiments / David Sours -- Campus politics: Young Democrats braying for a Republican showdown / Dan Close -- Regents deny open meetings violation -- Board of Trustees elects chair -- Student Senate proposes 3-week fall/spring intersession classes: People’s Market Union gains distribution center support / W. E. Turner -- Lobby asks you to vote -- Patching up South Africa ain't easy, Henry / Jack Anderson with Joe Spear -- Poe ? 'Nevermore’ quoth the raven / Steve Hauck -- Contemporary group piano seminar to be held -- Freshmen candidates seek votes -- WSU tennis team tops Southwestern -- Practice runs good: Tracksters lead the pack -- Shockers to tangle with tough Buff squad / Steve Pike
Photograph(s): Film buff: James Gray relaxes with his pipe while discussing his film history class in which students study America's fascination with gangsters, G-men, and undemocratic, non-capitalistic, political and economic systems during the '30's. / photo by Marsha Phelps. p. 1