The Sunflower, v.81, no.51 (February 4, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 51. Wichita, Kansas, February 4, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Last in a series: Who's in charge? President Ahlberg is! / W. E. Turner -- Haley heralds Roots -- WSU boilers should be coaled: Natural gas, crude oil supply may be depleted in 18 years / Bob Linder -- Acapulco documents hint [Howard] Hughes left a handwritten will / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Preview: Fine acting graces Ibsen’s Doll House / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- WSU vs. SlU: Grudge match sparked / Steve Pike -- Film explores macho images
Photograph(s): Buttoned: SGA President, Susie Krehbiel, smiling as she displays her "SGA - 5 Million" button. "Students pay approximately $1.1 million annually in student fees", she said. "$.6 million of this is already allocated to support ongoing programs or to pay interest on bonds. That leaves $.5 million for SGA to allocate however it sees fit. That makes $.5 million reasons for WSU students to get interested in SGA." / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 3 -- Doll's House: Torvald (Bill Johnson) dotting [sic] on his "little lark", Nora (Robin Salem). / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 5 -- Catch: Bob Trogele doing what he does best, moving the ball, passes it by a Bulldog. Bob Elmore snatched 18 rebounds and Lynbert (Cheese) Johnson charmed twenty points out of the baskets to power the Shocks to a 75-65 victory over the Drake Bulldogs last night. Before the men's game the Shocker women thrashed friends 83-56. Marguerite Keeley paced the Shockers, pouring 21 points in to the buckets. Epp followed with 15 and Wiebe scored 10. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 6