The Sunflower, v.70, no.01 (September 24, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1965. - 12 pages
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Article(s): WSU record enrollment tops 10,500: Total stands at 10,580 Wednesday -- Journalism staff adds third issue -- Tribute paid -- Election authority shifted -- Inside SGA: Constitutional snags / Bill Rapps -- Student Services offer more to make campus life easier / Judy Fairhurst -- Complete revamping schedule for Parnassus -- Wurth named to succeed Dr. Palmer -- New ROTC staffmen announced -- New data processing equipment reduces registration work load / John Crittenden -- CAC board members plan for coming year -- Student gets rough surprise; Fall registration got worse / Wayne Hayes -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall -- Harriers set first meet -- Physical Education Corp. is wholly self supporting / Bruce Erickson -- Trainers positions encounters more than meets the eye -- Shocks pit size, desire against MSU / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Card game: Clutching their precious IBM cards, WSU students jam the basement of Ablah Library during the enrollment scramble. p. 1 -- Karras comments: WSU head football mentor, George Karras, presents the Shocker football squad at the annual Shocker Day, held in downtown Wichita. Sept. 11. p. 3 -- Enrollment worksaver: Data Processing Manager Darrel D. Williams checks the progress of an IBM computer being used to aid WSU registration. p. 6 -- No size problem here: 275 pound sophomore tackle Earl Edwards is surrounded by George Karras's three elephant backs. Clockwise from lower left corner: Bob Hoskins, Harold Meyers, and Pete DiDonato. Remaining player is quarterback Lou Confessori. p. 11