The Sunflower, v.70, no.17 (November 1, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.17. Wichita, Kansas, November 1, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Long range plan to shape WSU -- New SAE chapter holds first meet -- Fourth faculty concert slated for tomorrow -- 10,436 now enrolled here -- Lawrence Speiser, ACLU official speaks on campus: Advocates draft card burning; such action seen as symbolic protest / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Value of tradition -- WSU students voice opinions -- National telecast to test citizenship: Viewers' scores to be compared -- Cookbook manuals not part of Anatomy 225 / Judy Fairhurst -- 'Critical incident theory' demonstration to be presented by husband-wife team -- 'Get out of Viet Nam' a typical reaction of American servicemen -- 3rd place taken by Glenn, Shields -- No draft card burners: 'Average' campus beard grower has 2.77 GPA: "Forget the beatnik image; I'm not protesting anything" / Wayne Hayes -- Spanish competition first of its kind -- On-the-campus interviews continue for WSU seniors, graduate students -- Frosh gridders open at Pratt: Booster trip is organized / Mike Hall -- Fraternity men win in cross country meet
Photograph(s): On the air: Campi Hour is broadcast live every Tuesday-Thursday live In the CAC lounge area. In its second semester of broadcasting, Campi Hour interviews prominent campus professors and students. p. 1 -- ACLU speaker: Lawrence Speiser, Director of the Washington, D.C. American Civil Liberties Union, spoke to WSU students Friday in the East Ballroom of the CAC. See related story. p. 1 -- Beards are back: Not all beard growers are draft card burners or beatniks as the Associated Press likes to play up. Steven Cole, Sr., psychology major (L), sports a 3.36 grade average, and Dennis Chartier, Fr. accounting major, maintained a near "A" average to high school. -- p. 5