The Sunflower, v.80, no.73 (April 21, 1976)

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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 73. Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1976. - 16 pages.

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Article(s): Haynes leaves mark on the presidency / Paula Brocklesby -- Swedish award surprises native son / Bonnie Johnson -- Gov't vetoes WSU computer system -- 1976 domestic issues: Economy cries help -- Images: The Sunflower literary section: Feminist to give reading; Stanford prof to lecture; The fallacy of composition / John Maple; walking along the gulf coast / Theodora Todd; this sunset / Theodora Todd; Left overs / Barb Bihlmaier -- Blues artists to share stage in promising Wichita concert -- Skynyrd album good, but tedious / Steve Hauck -- Duerksen to air music of Thomas Jefferson -- Film keeps viewers on edge -- Nazi documentary slated -- ‘‘Plot” unifies Hitchcock’s virtues -- Photo-silkscreening demonstrated -- Engineering student fills home with antique radios / David W. Cotner -- Engineers display projects -- SGA : out with the old, in with the new / Mike Heckman -- Workshop stresses client health -- House approves BEOG funding -- WSU to honor faculty, staff retirees -- University record / edited by Elizabeth P. Clark -- Speakers to discuss wind energy, creation -- Fate of veterans’ plaque undecided -- Tw enty-one students selected as leaders for ‘Orientation 76’ -- Shockers take Rowing Championship-again / Mike Heckman -- WSU trounces SBC tennis squad / Michael Conover
Photograph(s): Albert Gelpi. p. 5 -- Mose Allison. p. 6 -- David Gilmore, nationally known photographer, is visiting WSU, lecturing and demonstrating a photo-silkscreen technique. (photos above) He will be here through Friday. p. 7
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