The Sunflower, v.80, no.51 (February 9, 1976)
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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 51. Wichita, Kansas, February 9, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Does the SGA take review board opinions seriously? / Mike Heckman -- Strand of hair can foil a "perfect crime" / Mike Heckman -- Hendrick’s works 'among the best’ / Sandy Truex -- Information service can lend a hand / Paul Brocklesby -- Humming, games build leadership / Neil Cook -- Drop Tulsa 70-61: Shockers are no. 1 / Steve Pike -- WSU loses bid at ACU-I tournament / Phil Burger -- WSU tops Threshers -- Woman's team beat again -- Senate to allocate funds
Photograph(s): The bronze "Figure," by Barbara Hepworth, has seen its time beside Morrison Hall. / photo by David Cotner / p. 1 -- In “Jackie, Sha-La-La,*' Barkley Hendricks' unique style of realism develops stark portraits which are among the best of their kind today. / photo by David Cotner. p. 5 -- “Yocks," a painting by Barkley Hendricks, shows how he 'captures the peacock in people with a photographer’s eye." / photo by David Cotner. p. 5