The Sunflower, v.70, no.05 (October 4, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.5. Wichita, Kansas, October 4, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Japanese diplomats tour campus today -- Regents' rules prohibit campus discrimination -- SGA faces full agenda tomorrow -- British leader to lecture -- Pope Paul VI enters political UN setting -- Full-time WSU students safe from military draft increase / Johnny Murphy -- KWU mascot safely home -- Sorry, no refund -- Gen. Westmoreland has right to use tear gas in Viet Nam / Associated Press -- Pre-game pep rallies planned -- Special series slated by CAC this season -- Business, government agencies to interview on campus Oct. 4 -- WSU debating schedule previewed by president -- Campus football artillery shoots paper, can't injure -- Special car is built for pope's tour -- Cincinnati Bearcats down Shockers 14-6: Penalties, defense stop WSU TD drives -- Short schedule, talented bench give freshmen football team big edge / Mark Wolf -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Victory voice: Pershing Rifle Gary Miskimon is shown beside "Blackjack". Named after John J. Pershing, World War I hero, "Blackjack" is used to punctuate WSU touchdowns. p. 5 -- Baby Shocks: The freshman football squad opens its season Nov. 4 against Northern Junior College at Tonkawa, Oklahoma. Shown above: Glenn Meltzer, end; John Hunt, tackle; Larry Brown, guard; Frank Furstenberg, center; Jim Gagne, guard; Ron Ogrizovich, tackle and Jim Lynch, end. In the backfield: Tom Snodgrass, halfback; Joe Marchionda, fullback; Buzz Santner, halfback and John Burchell, quarterback. p. 6
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