The Sunflower, v.70, no.12 (October 20, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.12. Wichita, Kansas, October 20, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Two Greek organizations ousted in Sue-Sam poll -- 'Anatol' cancelled; UT slates 'Story' -- Symphony plans pops for annual concert -- Delegate application deadline extended for Model UN meet -- Fifty students complete exams for Peace Corps -- Frosh officers, reps installed -- A fair request -- Court denies reviewal of decision -- Klan head takes fifth on records -- Assembly asks Britain to end rebellion -- Foreign students attending WSU total 104 now -- Army Reserve program doubles men and training -- Two-bit Flick plans Halloween thrillers -- Missal's 'Jerico' published -- Correspondent killed in action; Cameras taken by Viet Cong -- Betas, Tri Delts, DG's take top honors / Photos by Sunflower Photo Staff -- Military Angels change from blue to white -- British anthem may be changed -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall -- Arkansas winning streak stretched to 17 games / Hal Bock
Photograph(s): Production cancelled: Vickie Hardy and Tom Pressley act out a scene for "Anatol," the Experimental Theater production that was cancelled late Tuesday night because of conflicts in schedule and technical difficulties. p. 1 -- Honor parents: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Blazier, Wichita, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Gough, Dighton, Kans. were selected Honor Parents for the 4th annual Parents Day. -- p. 4 -- Golden Agg: Beta Theta Pi pledges took first place in "Nightshirt Parade" with their entry, "The Shock That Laid the Golden Agg." Phi Delta Theta won second place in the fraternity division. -- p. 4 -- Frosh royalty: Beta Jay Anderson and Delta Gamma Paula Arbuckle were the 1965 Varsity Sam and Sue winners. -- p. 4 -- Overall winner: Taking not only first place in the sorority division but the overall trophy for "Nightshirt" were the pledges of Delta Delta Delta with "Karras, Karras Pumpkin Man." Delta Gamma took second in the sorority division. -- p. 4 -- Angels blue: Angel Flight members clad in their new uniforms of Air Force blue receive instruction from Maj. Darrell Dowdy. Left, Pam Mahnke, Bev Harmon, Joan Babish, Maj. Dowdy, Betty Collins, Dennice Daughenbaugh and Pat Woodward. p. 5 -- Shocks break loose: WSU halfback Tom Phillips breaks loose for short yardage against the New Mexioo State Aggies. The Shocks lost 45-20. p. 6