The Sunflower, v.80, no.56 (February 20, 1976)

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The Sunflower, v.80 no. 56. Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1976. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): D.C. workshop: college cooperation / Mike Heckman -- Ahlberg urges 10% salary increase / Neil Cook -- Legislative action favors two bills / Mike Heckman -- Marga team will collect relief money -- Common Cause favors openness -- Budget defaults draw to close in Topeka -- WSU to host competition -- Stop Senate Bill One -- Counterpoint: Elephants vs. donkeys: On your mark, get set / Jackie Edwards -- Salvino [sic] on wind: 12 generators for Kansas / Eric Stough -- No. 1 Shocks roll over Drake, 95-78 / Steve Pike -- WSU gets promising new football recruits -- Shocks second, nip OSU at tape / Steve Shaad -- WSU succumbs to Kittens / Steve Hart -- Non-credit classes open -- Two local musicians get violins
Photograph(s): "Like small campfires, its coals dotting the plains, tree shadows and shirtsleeves baring all but memory." Spring fever—and students taken to the lawns. Again there are clear Wichita skies and unseasonable temperatures, and no rain in sight. “C’mon professor. How ‘bout holding class outside?" / photo by Max Case -- Glenn Fisher, professor of urban affairs, Fred Suderman, director for the office of research and sponsored programs, and University President Clark Ahlberg (left to right) participated in a recent Washington workshop on cooperative urban affairs and academic public service. / photo by Charlotte Pearson. p. 1 -- Joseph Savino, special assistant to the Wind Power Office, speaks with WSU aeronautical engineering students on new directions in wind energy. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 5 -- Floor leader Calvin Bruton thwarts an offensive attempt by a Drake Bulldog. Bruton tallied 15 points, seven assists and five rebounds for the evening. / photo by Mike Conover. p. 6