The Sunflower, v.81, no.70 (March 28, 1977)
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The Sunflower, v.81 no. 70. Wichita, Kansas, March 28, 1977. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Communications audit gets a good start / W. E. Turner -- Kirby celebrates: Court upholds tavern owner -- VA eases enrollment limits, legislation to eliminate them / Bob Linder -- New food cookin' / Mary Angelee Smith -- Grades may not be final / Hubert Hunt -- World renowned soprano to sing at WSU Thursday -- Faculty concert will feature Kosmala -- $80,000 or $43,323? Which is legal? / W. E. Turner -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Images: The Sunflower literary section: Rhyne and reason / Pat Williams; Lovers / Joan Kohman; R.S.V.P. / Sheri Brigstocke -- Women’s track team jostles Olympians / Kathy Ivy -- Sprinter anchors relay competition -- Golf team swinging -- Softball team suffers ‘bombing’
Photograph(s): Gong along: WSU professor of English Jim Erickson, a.k.a. Leonard Kratz-Iowe, chipping in to emcee WSU’s version of the Gong Show Friday afternoon in the Cellar during the Spring Fling. The emcee appears to be pleading the case for one of the talent acts that appeared on stage before the judges, Max Schaible, director of information and public events (face obscured by the microphone), Pattee Cahill, general manager for KMUW, and Marvin Rau, the Sunflower's editor. The judges are picking the winner. The plea seems to have been short shrifted. / photo by Dale McRee. p. 1 -- x-x-x-ing: Paul H. Waggoner, a storekeeper for the Military Science Dept., and other faculty and staff members, are scrutinizing a lengthy communications audit questionnaire. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 1