The Sunflower, v.70, no.19 (November 5, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.19. Wichita, Kansas, November 5, 1965. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 'In White America' show opens Monday: Play depicts struggle of Negro movement -- Campus club registration is requested -- Five Homecoming Queen finalists to be announced Sunday evening -- Thompson overruled: SGA bans CAC campaigning in Homecoming election -- No sticker, no parking -- Hail Wichita -- 'Head Start' program grows; Child and parent both aided / Avis Hackett -- Student wages low; living costs increase -- Study in Atchison reveals students spending $1 million -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- Shriver presents flag to Anchorette drill team -- Preference cards reveal student religious stats -- Internationals elect Saad Zara -- KU chancellor featured speaker -- Spy reported to have told JFK Red nuclear not war ready -- Night school evolves to key position / Wayne Hayes, photos by Bill Conklin -- State Ecumenical meeting slated For November 5-7 -- Acceptance pending: Skydivers try to organize club; Await approval of constitution / Al Klein -- Spartans no. 1, Arkansas no. 2 AP poll shows / Will Grimsley -- Healthy Shockers prepare for Eagles / Mike Hall -- Harriers aim for title; Must upset Cincinnati Univ. / Phil Schepis
Photograph(s): Only two performances: "White America," with its original New York cast, will be presented at 8:30 pm, Monday and Tuesday nights in the first road show sponsored by Community Theater. Starring in the play will be Philip Baker Hall, Dorothy Lancaster, Walter Flanagan, Clark Morgan, Beatrice Wind, and Fred Pinkard. p. 1 -- Costly reprimand: Student drivers are urged to closely adhere to the rules In the parking regulation pamphlet Issued at the beginning of the school year. This student does not have his sticker affixed and is parked In a reserved space. p. 1 -- Night laboratories: Neff Hall is one of the many buildlngs on campus used for night classes. Some 3,000 students venture to the WSU campus for classes in a total of 224 cred it courses taught in 31 different departments. p. 5 -- Shocker Harriers prepare: The Wichita State Harriers make their rounds in Fairmount Park in preparation for the Valley Championship meet to be held in Wichita this Saturday. p. 7 -- 13th in nation: Is Jim Sickler and his punting. Many times an on rushing line could make a punter nervous, but Sickler carries a 41.5 average and steady nerves. p. 8