The Sunflower, v.69, no.05 (October 2, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.5. Wichita, Kansas, October 2, 1964. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Tribute to Monteaux slated by symphony -- Science hall annex built for freshmen -- Avery welcomed to WSU campus by students, faculty -- Editorial views: A place of honor -- The political scene: 'Barrying' the U.N. / Mike Snyder -- Men, women learn to fly in unique University club / Pam Mahnke -- Rifle team organized for season -- To the tables down at Mory's; To the place where Louis dwells / Barry Bingam -- Shocks to meet ASU in Tempe tomorrow
Photograph(s): The University Rifle Team is composed of students from several colleges. In practice are, right to left: Bob Sheraden, student-Jay Renicher, co-captain; Merle Price, AF-ROTC; Jim Garner, captain, ROTC; Rick Stiwon, Army ROTC. Pat Piggott, a co-ed member of the team, is not pictured. Standing is team coach Sgt. Bobby Gilbert. p. 1 -- Gubernatorial hopeful, William Avery greets Delta Upsilon fraternity brothers during Wednesday morning rally. p. 1 -- Avery toured the Administration Building with student representative Merle Gates and President Emory Lindquist. p. 1 -- University Flying Club president Brady Ellis prepares to climb into a Piper Cherokee cockpit. p. 3 -- Major Derrell C. Dowdy, professor of air science for the AF-ROTC, was host recently to Brig. Gen Edward R. Fry of the Air National Guard, and Lt. Col. Richard B. Olney. Lt. Col Olney is director of presentations a the Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. The Aero Space presentations team, under the direction of Col. Olney, briefed the AF-ROTC Cadet Wing and invited guests last week in Wilner Auditorium. p. 4
“See Flying Club feature page 3”