The Sunflower, v.82, no.02 (June 16, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 2. Wichita, Kansas, June 16, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Connecters: Operators keep phones buzzing / Marie Motowylak -- Record enrollment projected -- Jesse Lair: Montana psychologist to begin speaker series -- Camin to resign; accepts EPA post -- WSU negligence still issue in suits / Marvin Rau -- Engineering, city pool energy efforts -- Puebla ranks open -- Recompense due crash survivors / Patrick Jennings -- $45,000 blown by late decision / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Class of ’27 returning for golden anniversary -- University record / edited by Marsh Galloway -- Review: Fine songs grace Carnival / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Regents contemplate Wilkie remodeling -- Health complex bids in -- Study seeks answers for Free U / Becky Adams -- Golfers bogey in NCAA tourney -- Marquette, UNLV top Shocker slate
Photograph(s): Home delivery: One of the many daily tasks of the WSU Security Department is delivery of the newspaper to the President's home. Officer Leslie Germann deposits the evening edition inside the stormdoor and heads off to fulfill her other duties. Security Chief Milton Myers said the practice began before he came to WSU, and he does not know why it is done. / photos by Michael Knapp. p. 1 -- Making contact: WSU switchboard operator Melissa Bartel, along with chief operator Julia Bordner, expedites the communication flow of the University. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 1 -- [Jesse] Lair. p. 2 -- Kicking: Bob Renner, former WSU quarterback and punter who survived the plane crash, contends that the University was negligent in the arrangements for that disastrous flight. p. 3 -- Lili: Beverly Hoch plays the lead role in Summer Theatre's season opener, Carnival. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 6 -- “Humming": Marlene Flood as Rosakie and Stan Gregg as Schlegal sing “Humming," one of the several songs that grace Summer Theatre's Carnival. / photo by Michael Knappp. p. 6