The Sunflower, v.69, no.17 (November 13, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 13, 1964. - 16 pages
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Article(s): WSU changes status with state recognition / Terry Burns -- General campus tours -- Bonfire to spark chain of events -- Donaldson speaks to SGA board -- Editorial views: Roll up the rugs -- The political scene: Republican imperative: Civil rights / Dave Hartman -- KMUW presents Story Time Saturdays with Miss Sullivan / Sue Pittman -- Listening, learning combined at KMUW / Dan Garrity -- India student initiates Eastern food at WSU / Richard Webb -- Students try honor code at Bowdoin / Barbara Fawcett -- Students conduct, march, play, sing in University band / Susan Baugman -- Debaters capture 7 trophies -- Rifle team fires against collegiate contenders / Willis C. Jackson -- Flying club to hear author, parachutist -- Campus students' respond to Homecoming activities -- State Board of Regents propose to honor former WU librarian -- University of Seven Seas offers world as laboratory / Willis C. Jackson -- University to sponsor television series on '3' / Lucia Stabler -- New fight song authorized by the University Pep Council -- WSU food service flexible; Nothing too small too large / Maury Breecher -- Campus is hunting ground: Men, know your enemies / Bill Rapps -- Grid history sees Huerta as high spot -- Shocks remain last obstacle as Cincy seeks MVC crown
Photograph(s): Uncaoptioned photograph of aerial view of Wichita State University. p. 1 -- A reigning queen will be selected from the candidates: Adele Schultz, Terry Maupin, Margo Looney, Nancy Elliott, and Nancy Anderson. p. 1 -- Walter Ellis, communications sophomore, broadcasts the station ID during a Fine Arts Concert program over KMUW-FM. p. 5 -- Uncpation photograph of band conductor. p. 7 -- Uncaptioned photograph of members of the marching band. p. 7 -- Cathie Sheridan and Jack Zelsman are set for any emergency which might arise at the bonfire. p. 8 -- Kay Melugin gest a helping hand from Rod May in buidling displays. p. 8 -- Jerry Toth and Myra Montgomery make a handsome couple for the ball. p. p -- Attending the game well dressed will be Vicki Beaver and Larry Rickard. p. 9 -- Starters for the Shockers football squad are: front row L. to R. Herb Krumsick, Fred Buss, Chuck Siranni, Jim Waskiewicz, Rollin Karff, Butch Davis, Angelo lanello; back row L. to R. Don Cherry, Lou Confessori, Pete DiDonato, and Harold Meyers. p. 15 -- Angelo lanello. p. 15 -- Herb Krumsick. p. 15 -- Lou Confessori. p. 15 -- Pete DiDonato. p. 15 -- Jim Waskiewicz. p. 15
"Cast Your Vote for Homecoming Queen Today"
Corrected issue date: In original publication, this issue ( November 13) listed as no.16, and the previous issue, published on November 10, numbered as no.17. -- Publisher