The Sunflower, v.69, no.22 (December 8, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.22. Wichita, Kansas, December 8, 1964. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Singers to present Christmas concert -- WSU Theatre presents Saroyan's Pulitzer play -- Fieldhouse safe forced open, burglars get over $2,000 -- Attendance acceptable at library -- WSU hosts 4-state student union conclave -- Editorial views: Lines, more lines -- Inside SGA: End one issue; open others / Bill Rapps -- Ministers describe atrocities perpetrated by Southerners -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Funds limit expansion for state universities / Ron Hayes -- Government grant received for fifth summer institute / Richard Webb -- University honor systems should be in students' hands -- Four-year curriculum outdated / Susan Baughman -- New art building now open to University faculty, students -- Between the book ends: Arthur C. Clarke, Profiles of the Future, New York, Harper & Row, 1962. 234 pp. / Dan Garrity -- Shockers set scoring record in outclassing Long Beach / Rick Lane -- WSU Fieldhouse preparation involves time, men, money
Photograph(s): Inspecting safe looted last Thursday are Angelo Ianella and Demetrio Ascioti. p. 1 -- "What are you two doing here!" says Don Preston to Gay Pearson and Jerry Battey in rehearsal for the University Theater's upcoming performance of "Time of Your Life." p. 2 -- Making use of the painting facilities in the Art Building is Pam Sheldon. p. 5 -- Relaxing in the lobby of the new Art Building are Eugene Harwick and Steven Mayes. p. 5 -- KTVH employees demonstrate the placement of cameras for broadcasting of WSU basketball games. p. 6 -- Dave Stallworth goes up for two against Long Beach State. Nate Bowman watches. p. 6
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