The Sunflower, v.82, no.14 (Sepember 14, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 14. Wichita, Kansas, September 14, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Designing ‘gadgets’: WSU students helping battle Cerebral Palsy / Jay. W. Watson -- Sports complex slated for WSU / Judy Moulos -- Sanford-Townsend Band playing a local club tonight -- 17th St. jaywalkers ticketed but may get refund in court -- Insurance action delayed by Senate -- Harper writes about the fullest lives -- Diabetes workshop designs programs for individuals -- No-charge tutoring services offered -- Burnside to lecture on aging problems -- Parents Panic Workshop hopes to ease anxieties -- Piano lessons for children -- First fall concert set for orchestra -- Artist series: Brass, Beethoven, Bellson -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- ISU game takes toll, 3 Shocks injured -- Five profs interning
Photograph(s): Disabled worker: An employee learning a marketable skill at Center Industries, a non-profit corporation trying to provide a normal work environment for handicapped persons. The object of the Center is to prepare disabled workers for jobs in mainstream industries. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 1 -- Working: Terry Patan, Cerebral Palsy victim, working in "a real work environment for the handicapped" at Center Industries on S. Custer. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 1 -- Mysterious business: Is this an SGA recognized service organization? The sign hanging from the old Delta Gamma sorority house suggests several possibilities. A resident phrenologist? A barber shop? The sign disappeared shortly after this picture was snapped. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 6 -- Poet's 'spirit flows': Michael Harper, WSU poet-in-residence for September, explaining his philosophy or poetry. Harper, director of creative writing at Brown University and author of six volumes of poetry, is working with WSU creative writing students on an individual basis. / photos by Hugh S. Tessendorf. p. 6