The Sunflower, v.81, no.69 (March 25, 1977)
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The Sunflower, v.81 no. 69. Wichita, Kansas, March 25, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Newsman to talk about First Amendment -- Vote delayed: Fees question unanswered / W. E. Turner -- Winfield High School senior named WSU Gore Scholar -- Wichitans win leadership -- Lectures focus on state heritage -- Ahlberg reappointed -- International students celebrate -- More terrorist waves may break on Capitol / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Spanish play set -- Sociologist to lecture here on the relevance of religion -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- Aria artists get chance -- Play ball: Softball team braves cold / Kathy Ivy -- Netmen scored / Hubert Hunt -- Women join bandwagon / Marguerite Keeley
Photograph(s): [Brott] Hume. p. 1 -- AraBiC: Ann Ferebee, showing slides Wednesday during a lecture on environmental graphics. The alphabet appears in both English and Arabic. / photo by Cindy Greer. p. 1 -- Contemplation: Kathy Kelty gesturing to her shoemaker husband, Lynn Winget, professor of Romance languages at WSU, in a presentation La Zapatera Prodiglosa by the department of Romance languages at 8 p.m. Saturday in Wilner Auditorium. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 5 -- [Robert N.] Bellah. p. 5 -- Winding up: Terri Johnson, co-captain of WSU’s women’s softball team, winding up for an underhand pitch in the field behind the Life Sciences Building. A starting pitcher, Johnson also plays the first base position and is in her fourth season on the team. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 7