The Sunflower, v.81, no.73 (April 6, 1977)
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The Sunflower, v.81 no. 73. Wichita, Kansas, April 6, 1977. - 24 pages
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Article(s): Pronko plans to retire: Life is 'good and fair' for psychology prof / Bob Linder -- City battling crows, starlings / Hubert Hunt -- College receives grant -- University Senate: Secret meeting explained / Bob Linder -- Pot bill killed: Decriminization [sic] up in smoke / Marvin Rau -- Before the battle: Custer got a haircut / Carl Dennett -- Review: Comedy's a treat / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Train relocation derailed: WSU Railroad Club may restore engine / Wayne Turner -- Ulrich exhibits works of French photographers -- Mortar Board: Honor society claims 22 -- Researcher to speak at seminar -- Summer workshop to study effects of Jewish Holocaust -- Sophomore earns team’s fierce competitor award -- Consistency wins the trophy -- Athletes line up for relay -- Seedy facilities sprout softball battle / Kathy Ivy -- Spring into Summer '77
Photograph(s): Squawk: Things haven't been too restful lately at Highland Cemetery. The city and cemetery owners are trying to evict flocks of crows and blackbirds that have claimed roosting rights in northeast Wichita. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Wall climber: Randy Loehr, an employee of ABC Window Cleaning and Maintenance Co., balancing on the south side of the Life Sciences Building as he gives the windows a new outlook. / photo by Gil Ramsey. p. 1 -- Custer fever: Eric Von Schmidt standing in front of his painting "Here Fell Custer" which is now on display in Ulrich Museum of Art. It is said to be the most accurate portrayal of the Battle of Little Big Horn. / photo by Dale McRae. p. 5 -- Trackin': Hopes of train lovers that this locomotive would "Keep on trackin" were derailed when a tender car wheel slipped off the rails near Friends University. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 6 -- Throttled: Neal Lewis, president of the WSU Railroad Club, gripping the throttle of a steam locomotiove. Art Gibson, former president of the Wichita Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, is waiting for the relocation of the locomotive to get up a head [sic] of them. / photo by Michael Knapp. p. 6 -- Fore! Sophomore Eric Mork displaying his improved swing. He averaged 73.4 strokes per round this year. p. 10 -- Steady: Golf letterman Don Lee steadying his hands for the swing. He said he believes WSU's golf squad has more talent than other Valley competitors. p. 10