The Sunflower, v.76, no.57 (June 29, 1972)
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The Sunflower, v.76 no.57. Wichita, Kansas, June 29, 1972. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Shirley Chisholm: 'Shaping up needed' / Kayla Burton -- Newspaper founder seeks Rockefeller Foundation's aid / Don Nicoson -- Former Wisconsin teacher named to WSU music post -- Three WSU profs engaged in KG&E ecology project -- Listen, see, decide: Nun advocates 'L, S, D' / Karen Harmon -- Home town will dedicate park to Shocker killed in crash -- Engineers photograph hurricane by tracking -- YTY learning plan seeks to fill potential / Karen Blank -- Policy change means students mast purchase football tickets / Gary Owen -- Second of Serinfunre concerts set in CAC
Photograph(s): Shirley Chisholm answers a question from a member of Monday's capacity audience in the CAC Theater. p. 1 -- Hurricane Agnes winks her eye (upper right hand comer) in this photograph taken by WSU electrical engineering students. p. 1 -- Dr. Brenda Randolph. p. 1 -- Sister Mueller stresses the need for a 'two-pronged' teaching approach during a workshop session at WSU. / p. 2 -- Barry Paris (standing), father of the proposed 'New Newspaper' for Wichita, works with his (left to right) office manager, David Buss, and volunteers Katy Bettis, Cindy Edwards and Ed Crane. p. 2 -- Carl Krueger. p. 2 -- WEFAX antenna. p. 3 -- WSU grad Antonio Ortega, teaches (left to right) Irene Hernadez, Vale Castillo and Ray Lopez their ABC's by using a combination of visual and tape recorder aids. p. 4 -- Cecil Coleman. p. 4