The Sunflower, v.81, no.61 (February 28, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 61. Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1977. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Way of life: Greek membership promotes success / Pat Fox and Terry Huffman -- Relocations: Campus construction to cause inconveniences / Bob Linder -- Cook arrest story detailed: Arrest raised questions in minds of members / W. E. Turner -- Black men honored -- Miller wants votes --- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Images: the Sunflower literary section: Perfect shadows / John Maple; Rhyme and reason / Pat Williams; ‘And so it goes’; Neon Valentine / Mark Shoup -- Holmes sees Samoa change: “from the Stone Age to the 20th century.” / Jay W. Watson -- Burn Team to conduct workshop -- Shocks defeat Buffaloes, cinching first-round bye -- Women dominate track meet -- Lady Jayhawks win WSU gymnastics meet
Photograph(s): Play line: Graduate student Tom Blevins, a ticket seller for University Theatre, taking a call sitting down in the ticket booth in Wilner Auditorium. University Theatre will present Anne of a Thousand Days, Thursday. / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 1 -- Men? While the WSU ground crew is pruning the trees on campus, someone should update this sign. Almost one-half of the crew is female. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 2 -- Reflections: Reflected light bending perception, suggesting a looking glass world—a dim doorway and a bright threshold into a separate reality. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 3 -- [Lowell D.] Holmes. p. 6 -- Hung up: WSU's Bob Trogele (23), is “hung up." But, it's the Buffaloes’ problem—he beat them to the bucket for two of his twelve points. Trogele has also made 115 assists this season. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 10 -- Relief: The Wu-Shock and WSU trainer Larry Egge, helping and offering sympathy to Charlie Brent, who is suffering from a twisted ankle. Brent saw only 11 minutes action Saturday. / photo by Mick McGee. p. 10