The Sunflower, v.80, no.60 (March 3, 1976)
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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 60. Wichita, Kansas, March 3, 1976. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Faculty approves standards change / Phil Burger -- SFC hears $$$ requests / Neil Cook -- World Forum to disseminate information, aid understanding -- ‘Children’s Hour’ slated for Wilner Auditorium -- Stripland hiding, finding self -- ‘Ceremonies’ to debut -- Famous print-makers to visit WSU / Sandy Truex -- Country Joe’s ‘Paradise’: pot, fornication, whales / Steve Hauck -- Got character, common sense? Become an Orientation Leader / Ivri Messinger -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Left-overs / Barb Bihlmaier; While paddling / Kelly Johnston; The Mikrokosmos: pros and cons / Glenn Broadhead; Reviews / Teddi Todd -- Raise compromise needed, says Gov. / Marvin Rau -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Biology Club determined to succeed / Anne Stansbury -- Voter registration by mail? Sorry; ASK couldn't pull it through -- Colloquium to feature poli-scientist -- Shockers second in MVC Indoor meet / Steve Shaad -- WSU to meet Bradley in MVC countdown / Mike Millett -- 'Soccer Fever' contagious in Wichita / Tim Sullivan
Photograph(s): Dr. Martin Perline of the economics department makes a point during the general faculty meeting Monday. / photo by Max Case. p. 1 -- Ted Bredehoft. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 1 -- Carol Summers, visiting printmaker, displays one of his numerous prints. He’s developed a technique that permits him to vary ink density and color density in one print. / p. 5 -- William Pitt Root. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 7 -- Gov. Robert Bennett addresses the ASK Second Annual Student Caucus Monday. Vic Miller, executive director of ASK, looks on. / photo by Marvin Rau. p. 8