The Sunflower, v.80, no.77 (April 30, 1976)
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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 77. Wichita, Kansas, April 30, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Service refund denial latest cave-in on Brennan I Hall / Patrick Jennings -- Ahlberg; wheelchair for change -- Connally: capitalism misunderstood -- Notes from underground / Andy Allen -- Hollywood films to form basis of fall history class -- Oklahoma history professor to discuss ‘American Exiles’ at honorary Monday -- WSU Frontier Heritage Festival starts today -- Women vets’ inaction may lose them extra payments -- Wichita court ruling leaves government to defend 1970 crash -- Athletes honored at banquet -- Kick-off 7:30: Coach ‘serious about alumni game' / Steve Pike -- Hiebert, Worrel become double winners at second Woman’s Athletic Banquet / Steve Hart
Photograph(s): WSU President Clark Ahlberg, in wheelchair at left, tours the campus to acquire firsthand experience on some of the special problems encountered by handicapped students and draw attention to these difficulties. Assisting Ahlberg are Max Schaible (left), director of the Office of Information and Public Events, and George Platt, director of planning. Fred Markham, a senior journalism student born with cerebral palsy, is in the second wheelchair. Norma Peirson is his aide-escort. / photo by Marsh Galloway. p. 1 -- John Connally. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 3