The Sunflower, v.70, no.15 (October 27, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.15. Wichita, Kansas, October 27, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Students protest Adler's dismissal, demonstrate -- Austrian visit set for prof -- Committee will pick groups to get funds -- HC Queen application deadline set by SGA -- Student attitude discussion set for faculty colloquium -- International Club to elect officers -- Role of newsman in Viet Nam to be discussed by Robert Eunson -- Why Viet Nam? -- Dr. Presthus discusses imbalance in federal loans to liberal arts -- Changes affected by K.U. administration -- Jerk up in antidraft movement -- Angry Marine protests anti-war demonstrators -- ACLU representative to appear at WSU -- WSU debate teams to travel this week -- Engineering School given accreditation -- Student loans total more than $2.4 million -- 'Lace' and 'Psycho' to show at flick -- Project Pal attempts to establish groundwork on University campus -- Bird, swim, jerk, monkey, frug: Modern dances banished at BYU -- Senate hears how officer 'bugged' room -- Youth, experience, desire give Shocks victory / Mike Hall -- Intramural basketball to start -- Shock Harriers beat Drake; Lose to Kansas State
Photograph(s): Board provincialism: In protest of the firing of Sebastian Adler, director of the Wichita Art Museum, some 60 WSU students staged a demonstration Monday afternoon. p. 1 -- Pete DiDonato. p. 6 -- John Eckmon. p. 6 -- More than 1,000 yards: Shocker fullback Pete DiDonato adds to his more than 1,000 yards career rushing total with a gainer up the middle. He needed two yards to enter the 1,000 club and on the first play of the game DiDonato gained eight. p. 6