The Sunflower, v.82, no.36 (November 4, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.82 no. 36. Wichita, Kansas, November 4, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): WISE computers help shorten research time / Judy Moulos -- Cushing says self-knowledge is important to artist's success -- Evening of Baroque planned -- Jazz violinist to appear in Wichita -- Students or hours may be cut from work-study program -- Spectrum fund-raising a success -- Attorney General Bell won't ease up on Helms / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- 'Kansas Health Day' is today -- University Opera to present a comic opera by Strauss -- Women roundballers lack experience / Kathy Ivy -- Shockers take two-game winning streak to Louisville -- Ready, set, go - for 5 best runners / Mike Cuena -- One win needed to tie, two to better '76 season -- Sports notes / Steve Pike -- Ticket buying changes made in basketball sales
Photograph(s): Misty morning: Vincent Boston, a fifth-grader at Cotter Elementary School, following the tracks on his way to school on a foggy Thursday morning. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Lady machine: Deb Hamilton's reflection giving this computer its own human countenance. Hamilton is the director of community special services at the Wichita Public Library. The computer is part of the Wichita Information Service (WISE) which aids students and scholars in research. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 1 -- [Val] Cushing. / photo by S. Taylor-Harris. p. 2 -- Dashika dressed: Le Zachary, president of the Black Students United (BSU), taking time out during Thursday's ethnic food sampling in the Morrison Hall board room, one of several events planned for Black Heritage Week. / photo by Craig Sharer. p 5 -- Family feud: Grandmother (Deborah Tarleton) and grandson (Ned Berry) heading for an argument in this scene from Experimental Theatre’s production of 'Gone by Morning.' The play will run through tomorrow in the Pit Theatre of Wilner Auditorium. / photo by Steve Hauck. p. 6