The Sunflower, v.81, no.75 (April 13, 1977)
The Sunflower, v.81 no. 75. Wichita, Kansas, April 13, 1977. - 38 pages
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Article(s): Audio Reader: KMUW informs the blind / Robert Hodge -- Gandhi: successful failure: Business was good, but she lost the people / Bob Linder -- Nursing program planned -- Photo exhibit to open here -- Corbett elected -- Jazz ensembles seek festival berth -- Foster to lecture on language -- U.S. immigration illustrated -- University record / Elizabeth P. Clark -- Biochemist to lecture -- Spirit of ’89: KMUW starts money drive -- WiIdkittens win WSU relays -- Netters whip McPherson -- WSU golf victory rims out of the hole / Steve Pike -- Oklahoma got there Sooner -- Crew: ‘you ain’t seen nothing yet’ -- Women sock softball / Kathy Ivy -- Schedule of courses Fall '77
Photograph(s): Thrust: A student of Fred Harvey's 101 Karate class executing a side thrust kick that failed to break the board. The nice weather last week brought these gi-garbed acrobats out into the open. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Photographer: W. Eugene Smith spends much of his time capturing the essence of life on film. Hid "Minamata" series, depicting a Japanese fishing village tragedy, will be among those on display in Ulrich Museum of Art. p. 6 -- Rock ’n saw: Hank Harvey, concentrating on sawing a rock in half in the basement of McKinley Hall. / photo by Cindy Greer. p. 7 -- Timed takeoff: Doreen Tracy handing off to Jan Beckham on the WSU mile relay team which placed third Saturday in the WSU Relay competition. Beckham took third in the 800 meter run in which Tracy placed sixth. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 10 -- [Don] Lee. p. 11