The Sunflower, v.70, no.11 (October 18, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Symphony schedules Verrett for Sunday -- Allen, Arbuckle, Bowman win frosh seats on SGA -- New cigarette sales ruling asked for state schools -- President appoints ten members to new Human Relations Commission -- Purchasing agents give scholarship: Glenn receives $400 award -- AWS board announces frosh coeds for council membership -- It's just begun -- Parking same old headache; Too many cars, too few lots / Cliff Hall -- US Mint to circulate new quarters by Yule -- December draft quota to be 45,222, biggest since Korea -- Demonstrator taken from house debate -- U.S. colleges grow 50% in 5 years -- Mickey makes home atop Morrison: Antics began 3 years ago / John Crittenden -- KU student arrested on 'indecent exposure' -- 'Improvisation' by Missal to be presented tomorrow -- University rifle team fires into action in meet Oct. 23 -- Soviet writer awarded Nobel Literature Prize -- Sex series to be shown in CAC: Begins tonight in ballroom -- Bertrand Russell attacks policy -- Cross-country team topples OU; Shocks to host MVC championship -- Shocker sportlights / Bruce Erickson -- Karate team in OU competition -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Miss Shirley Verrett. p. 1 -- Happy winner: Phillip Glenn holds $400 check he received from winning the Wichita Purchasing Agents Assoc. Scholarship. From left, John Moore, prof. of business; Glenn; Richard Ivy, KG&E; and Fran Jabara, Dean of College of Business. p. 1 -- Having missed only one semester in his spasmodic home atop Morrison, the elusive Mickey Mouse may be here to stay. p. 3 -- Joshua Missal. p. 4 -- A goddess for all time: Marilyn Monroe, said by many to have been the epitome of the sex goddesses, takes the spotlight tonight as 2-Bit Flick presents the first of four series, A Serious Series on Sex Sirens, or If you can't cook in two features "Let's Make Love" and the documentary on her rise to stardom, " Marilyn." The features will be shown beginning with the documentary at 7:30 p.m. in the CAC Ballroom. Both are In Cinemascope and color. p. 5
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