The Sunflower, v.70, no.14 (October 25, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.14. Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Expansion plans for CAC will double its capacity -- Symphony plans second concert for Miss Verrett -- Lerner and Loewe to be featured at pop concert -- 'Philadelphia' production slated for this week -- Collegiate UN forms currently available -- A miserable response -- Praise deserved -- Inside SGA: What is this game of chance? / Bill Rapps -- Eisenhower's presidency conceived by Abilene editor -- Middle income college students may receive scholarship, loan -- New Alma Mater, fight song heard at last home game -- KU dean opposes law school move -- Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity sends telegram to American forces -- 'Blood' and 'Horror' set scene for Halloween -- 3,521 students use Ablah Library -- Live dangerously! Grow a sophisticated mustache -- Widow of Dallas Officer Tippit now wealthy from donations -- Klan strikes over terror -- KSU president speaks at engineering meet -- Cadets receive honors ceremony for ROTC work -- Army sweethearts assigned companies -- Unseld key to Cards basketball future / Les Wilson -- WSU to host cross-country meet on Thanksgiving day -- Frosh gridder gives hope for optimism -- Intramural football schedule slated -- Remarkable three-mile set by freshman Harrier / Phil Schepis
Photograph(s): Play nears opening: Cast members conduct final rehearsals for the University Theater production of "The Philadelphia Story." Practicing in front of the nearly completed scenery are from left, Kurt Conrad, Ray Dryden, Connie Atkinson and Rod Carr. p. 1 -- Mrs. Mary Thompson. p. 1 -- Arthur Newman. p. 1 -- Frosh end: Jimmie Jones poses for the Sunflower cameras directly before the start of practice. Jones will play defensive end for the Baby Shocks. p. 6
"CAC plans future expansion"