The Sunflower, v.70, no.07 (October 8, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.7. Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Five vacancies filled by SGA -- Governor Avery discusses expansion, academic needs -- Forum board to sponsor Ted Sorensen Wednesday -- New fraternity seeks admission to campus -- "System" challenged -- UN hears pope plea for peace -- Inside SGA / Bill Rapps -- Conservatives renew group at Lawrence -- Japanese delegation touring United States cities, campuses / Judy Fairhurst -- Shock talk / Patrick Stuckey -- Present members choose 43 new Shoutin' Shockers -- British party hopes for change: Duffy reports renewed confidence in the pound / John Crittenden -- AF-ROTC cadet receives summer training honors -- Intramural director reports more enthusiastic program -- Karras changes line-up will scarifice [sic] backfield speed -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall -- WSU Harriers capture fourth with 17 points
Photograph(s): Avery visits: President Emory Lindquist discussed the needs of WSU's rapid expansion with Gov. Willam Avery, Tuesday, during his visit. p. 1 -- Japanese tour: During the visit from a delegation of Japanese students, SGA hosted a luncheon for the visitors. p. 1 -- Alpha Chi's win: Marilyn Minor, YWCA president, presents the women of Alpha Chi Omega with the traveling trophy for donating the most money to World University Service from their project in Kampus Karnival. p. 4 -- Duffy speaks: Labour member of Parliament, Patrick Duffy spoke to an informal gathering of University students at the International Club's Tea and Conversation, Monday afternoon. p. 5 -- John Eckman. p. 6