The Sunflower, v.81, no.76 (April 15, 1977)

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The Sunflower, v.81 no. 76. Wichita, Kansas, April 15, 1977. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Building barriers frustrate paralyzed WSU student / W. E. Turner -- Research potential: Museum of Man displays findings / Mary Angelee Smith -- Debaters to debate -- Senate (yawn) quits early -- Bureaucracy expansion breeds red tape / Jack Anderson and Joe Spear -- Tomlin, Carney mesh for breath of fresh air / Michale Knapp -- Mellow magic spun / Jeffrey Jenkins -- Chessmate / Chuck Bell -- Chicano Week slated -- Point of view: Stuffing envelopes could keep team afloat / Steven Shaad -- K-State pitchers fan WSU softball team / Kathy Ivy -- Twosome tees off for tourney
Photograph(s): T.C.B.: Bill McKown, taking can of business. While working toward a degree, McKown paints and reads with the aid of a mechanical mouthpiece. / photo by Alan Dorow. p. 1 -- Who Won?: This picture doesn't tell the story, because both the winners and losers are collapsing over their oars following WSU's victory over Nebraska (near side) last Saturday in the Miller Cup varsity 8 race. The WSU Crew swept all five races here against the Cornhuskers, but will face a stiffer challenge tomorrow, when the Shockers seek their third consecutive Kansas Rowing Championships title against K-State and Washburn University. The women’s varsity 8 will attempt to bring the President's Cup (which K-State women won last year) back home. p. 7
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