The Sunflower, v.80, no.76 (April 28, 1976)
The Sunflower, v.80 no. 76. Wichita, Kansas, April 28, 1976. - 24 pages.
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Article(s): ASK survives 1976 legislature / Mike Heckman -- John Connolly’s day begins at CAC -- Student faces hassles in Africa / Mana Belissary -- Images: The Sunflower literary page: Poet inspires student creativity / Barb Bihlmaier; Left-overs / Barb Bihlmaier; Coal train / Michael Moos; "USA, reunite," says poet -- Frontier America: arts, crafts, music -- 'Li'l Abner' production to benefit local camp for the handicapped -- WSU Summer Theatre cast and schedule announced; will include six productions -- L’orca’s ‘Yerma’ deals with woman’s problem -- ‘Room’ an absurdist farce / Jack Thornton -- Review: Newest Jimmie Spheeris release deals with 'laughter, lust, love and the lack of it’ / Steve Hauck -- University Senate accepts reports -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Senate hears athletic proposals / Mike Heckman -- Workshop on death scheduled -- WSU profs get citations -- Monday-night baseball faces difficult task / Mike Shalin -- Yanks to sue Messersmith? -- Softball women battle wind and KU to a tie / Steve Hart -- Take care of those albums! -- Don’t accept a low-quality stereo
Photograph(s): Members of the camp leadership class of the physical education department (Sue Bair, instructor) held a cookout Tuesday morning - mostly to keep warm. Those enjoying the heat are, from left to right, Mary Wenigar, Alan Maxwell and Margarita Itriago. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 1 -- Woodbine’s way: a two-room school / photos by Charlotte Pearson. p. 12