The Sunflower, v.80, no.69 (April 7, 1976)

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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 69. Wichita, Kansas, April 7, 1976. - 40 pages.

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Article(s): Senate votes down CAC reform / Mike Heckman -- Vet’s plaque found / David Cotner -- Presidential candidates to debate tomorrow -- Exec asks, ‘Where is Token Black?’ -- Workshop features cardiac specialist -- Just off 17th Street / Marsh Galloway -- Campus Politics ‘76 -- Review: 'Knife’ Polanski’s first / Jack Thornton -- ‘When Ya Comin Back’ studies post-war violence -- Winning playwrites [sic] listed -- Keyboard fits soloist’s personality / Jan Trimmell -- One philosophy: people as causes -- University Senate effects staff cut guide / Phil Burger -- University report / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- UN adviser to share his expertise -- Superstars mile to highlight Relays / Steve Shaad -- Minor sports get aid—ticket prices up / Steve Shaad -- Sunflower Quarterly: Casual clothes, easy living
Photograph(s): Doing the Australian Repell [sic] down the side of the CAC is Cadet James Parker. Parker scurried down the CAC during a demonstration of skills on ROTC Day. / photos by Tom Armstrong. p. 1