The Sunflower, v.81, no.54 (February 11, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 54. Wichita, Kansas, February 11, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): DA’s reps confiscate film / Patrick Fox -- Black art: You’d have to be crazy / Jay Watson -- Tax ‘blanket’ may be too thin: Rebate checks may be spent to warm homes / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Heat wave steams class -- Students win scholarships -- Conductor, music critic distinguished residents -- 100th anniversary: Pianist dedicates concert -- Science-fiction night at the movies is tonight -- Students to vote on amendments / W. E. Turner -- Shocks lose -- Jackknife: Spring-steel legs power sprinter’s record dash / Steve Shaad -- Women seek win / Hubert Hunt -- Basketball team seeks revenge / Steve Pike
Photograph(s): Live art: Sunny skies always bring fair-weather friends out into the open. This model seems to have dressed for the occasion, but its only Don Smith's life drawing class trying to sketch living art while absorbing a bit of sunshine/ / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 1 -- Scrutiny: Police vice officers examine a film viewed Thursday night by about 75 Erotic Arts Society members and guests in the CAC Theatre here. / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 1 -- Getaway: Vice detective bar entrance to McKinley Hall after the screening of The Erotic Arts Society movie, covering the exits of a judge and other officers. / photo by Larry Lochmann. p. 3 -- Lapper: Randy Duell pacing around the track lanes of Cessna Stadium during practice. His main goal for this Indoor track season is to return to the NCAA National Indoor Meet. p. 10 -- Upward bound: The geometric beauty of Corbin Education Cantor is evident as one looks up through its roof. However, the worker clearing debris off the Center's roof appears not to notice. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 12