The Sunflower, v.82, no.03 (June 23, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 3. Wichita, Kansas, June 23, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 11.9% increase: Regents pass boosted budget / Marvin Rau -- CHRP-KUMC spilt: Reed resignation stirs issues -- WSU preps young scientists -- Cities share administrators / Marie Motowylak -- Students invited: Business council convenes -- New faces join Admissions -- Drug Council takes realistic approach / W. E. Turner -- Review: Theater presents humor in the dark / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Logopedics hosts pathologist -- University record / edited by Marsh Galloway -- Urban Affairs names director -- New students ushered in -- National contest: Sunflower rated medalist -- Roundball prospect pick Wichita State -- Wilson signs runners
Photograph(s): Young minds: Student assistant Kent Rowe (bottom), with help from high school students Val Barbour, Boise, Ida., and Greg Wilson, lola, Kan., examines a wind turbine as part of a student science training project being conducted by the College of Engineering. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 1 -- City helper: Craig White, Master's student in political science, works with budgets in assisting the municipal government of two Sedgwick County communities. p. 2 -- Trench warfare: Electrician John Simpson replaces solenoids of the automatic sprinkling system as a part of the neverending battle to keep the expansive campus in top form. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 3 -- Gas war: Nola Avery dons a gas mask as she prepares to gas insect invaders of WSU's flower gardens. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 3 -- Slap in the dark: Clea (Rhonda Aldrich) doesn't appreciate the mocking laughter of her ex-lover Brindsley (Bill Johnson) in Black Comedy, showing at 8 p.m. through Saturday in Wilner Auditorium. p. 5 -- [Joseph] Pisciotte. p. 6 -- Orienting: Orientation leader Dan Hudson (standing) advises in-coming student Nick Saint-Erne during the Orientation Program which began this week. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 6