The Sunflower, v.70, no.18(November 3, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.18. Wichita, Kansas, November 3, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Nine queen candidates vie for Homecoming -- State teachers' meet to begin tomorrow -- Students still safe: Deferment rumor cleared by board -- Frosh orientation to discuss keys to good grades -- Student directory sales to continue -- Booster bus set to leave -- Responsibility dilemma -- Personality inventory test termed invasion of privacy / Wayne Hayes -- Academic tension cause: University sororities to face extinction say University of California sociologists / The Collegiate Press Service -- WSU military groups give children party -- Workshop slated today for faculty -- Originality sought: New committee encourages experimentation, exploration -- Art student elect officers of group / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Few students anti-Viet Nam or antidraft: College administrators state protest movements involve only small minority / Jerry Buck -- Women's honorary group selects 50 new members -- Language department holds successful Spanish contest -- Flick to star Sellers, Seaburg in comedy-satire on American aid -- Approval voiced by blood drive / Jerry Buck -- U.S. Communist Party tried, fails to register as agent / Joseph A. Mohbat -- Taylor criticizes 'Christian nation' -- Wichita area players lead frosh tomorrow -- Maddox praises Davis as field goal kicker -- Cards' play Tulsa in conference game -- Intramural bowling times re-scheduled -- Pratt ducats still available in Fieldhouse -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Limited supply: More than 1,000 student directories were sold by Alpha Kappa Psi and the Bookstore during the first day of sales. Students are urged to purchase directories as soon as possible because of the limited supply. The price is 50 cents each. p. 1 -- Halloween fun: Cadet Sgt. Charles Stoltz, a Pershing Rifleman, gives David, one of the Logopedics students, a coloring book. Logopedics students were entertained by PR's and Army Blues at the Annual Halloween Party. p. 3 -- If I were only triplets: And in this case Peter Sellers is, for he plays three roles in the hilarious "The Mouse That Roared." "Mouse" plays Friday night in the FAC Auditorium and also stars Jean Seberg. p. 5 -- Three points: For Shocker freshman fieldgoal specialist Bert Davis, as quarterback John Burchell holds. Davis will be handling all kickoffs, PAT's, and fieldgoals for the frosh this season. p. 6 -- Hit 'em again harder: Has been the cry of the freshmen all season as they prepare for their season opener against Pratt Juco tomorrow night. Here, Lineman Harold Honig tries to hold off two unidentified blockers. p. 6