The Sunflower, v.70, no.20 (November 8, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.20. Wichita, Kansas, November 8, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Premiere performance: 'In White America' opens 8:30 tonight -- International cooperation to be stressed at WSU -- Education observed: Special week begins: Speech set tonight -- WSU Symphony to open season -- WSU receives USAF, CAP recognition for participation in aerospace education -- New pledges named: Women's speech fraternity conducts formal ceremonies -- System workable -- Protesters represent elite academic crop / The Associated Collegiate Press -- Newspapers help class learning -- K-State adds B.S. degree in building -- Gemini astronauts may rendezvous in space during December flight / Howard Benedict -- Army ROTC secretary given farewell party -- International growth seen in education / Associated Collegiate Press -- Kansas employment down about 13,000 -- Chamber will sponsor industrial workshop -- Placement interviews slated; Career appointments open -- European job news is now available for summer work -- Student directory copies being sold by business frat -- Arts center to open at Winfield -- Morals or necessity?: WSU women discuss question: Birth control for single women / Wayne Hayes -- Freshman cadet honored by WSU Air Force ROTC: As Cadet of the Month gets orientation ride -- SGA sets club registration deadline for November 16 -- Retired MIT prof presents famed 'incident' theory / C. Kay Zimmerman -- Poli Sci group holds meeting, elects officers -- Shocker sportlights / Bruce Erikson -- Frosh victorious in opener; Take Pratt Juco 32-7 -- Tulsa-Louisville both have stars; Which will become MVC Champ?
Photograph(s): Dr. Lowell Holmes. p. 1 -- Operation No-Doze: Homecoming's mad race is on, with Greek and independent organizations patiently constructing their elaborate Homecoming displays. Beta actives and pledges work on their entry. p. 1 -- WSU awarded: Receiving special recognition from the U.S. Air Force and the Civil Air Patrol for its role in Aerospace study is Dr. Walter Lucas. From left are Dean Jackson Powell, Capt. Ralph B. Moyer, Dr, Walter Lucas, and Maj. Derrell Dowdy. p. 1 -- Goodwill ambassador: Miss Patricia Edwards, military personnel record clerk for the WSU Army ROTC department, is a goodwill ambassador to Orleans, France. From left: Capt. David Brewster, representing the 137th Infantry Regiment, Miss Edwards, and Dale Daugherty, representing Wichita Mayor Bill Tarrant. p. 3 -- Honored cadet: Air Force ROTC Cadet Charles Perez, business administration freshman, was selected from 600 cadets as November's Cadet of the Month. p. 5 -- Frosh line-up: — The baby Shocks that faced Pratt, except Meltzer who was sidelined with an injury, line-up before practice. Starting from left end is Glenn Meltzer, Jack Hunt, Larry Brown, Frank Furstenburg, James Gagne, Paul Houser, and Jim Lynch. In the backfield Is Tom Snodgrass, Joe Marchionda, and Jerry Anderson, with John Burchell calling the signals. p. 6