The Sunflower, v.70, no.21 (November 10, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, November 10, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Student signatures needed: Anchorettes plan Viet Nam support -- Election tomorrow, Friday: Homecoming activities scheduled for weekend -- Phi Alpha fraternity holds formal pledging -- Wichita Symphony to play in concerts Sunday, Monday -- Fair play urged -- Academic freedom: Indignation voiced over Berkeley student claims / Alford Klein -- KU Civil Rights Council head says frats still discriminatory -- KU demonstrator guilty on disturb peace charges -- Kansas is setting for film, 'Picnic' starring Kim Novak -- Music student is awarded Lieurance Memorial stipend -- Professors attend geology conference -- Students give rally support / Raymand J. Crowley -- ROTC men tour Ft. Carson; View work of Fifth Infantry -- Debate teams bring WSU nine trophies from tourneys -- Urban Studies Center: Executive secretary chosen for Urban Studies Center -- Cincy first, Shocks second in Mo-Valley Cross-Country / Phil Shepis -- Shocker frosh challenge Okla. Juco tomorrow
Photograph(s): Finalist chosen: Students will vote for one of the five young ladies selected as Homecoming Queen finalist tomorrow and Friday. L. to R. are Misses Marsha Wilson, Alpha Chi Omega; Sue Thompson, Army ROTC; Eileen Broadie; Jane Taber, Gamma Phi Beta; and Bobbl Woodman, Delta Gamma. p. 1 -- Dr. Noah Allen. p. 1 -- Ruggiero Ricci. p. 1 -- Community helpers: Aiding in the Viet Nam S.O.S. program started by the WSU Anchorettes are L. to R., Walter Kramer, Kathy Kempton, Mrs. Jean Clark; James Iniguez, A. J. Wilson, and Rev. J. D. Forest. p. 1 -- Yearbook underway: Parnassus Editor Karen Hart works on a page deadline for the 1966 yearbook. Having met their first, the staff has a 70-page deadline Nov. 15. Connie Sears, a Parnassus staff member looks on. p. 4 -- Wichita State University ROTC graduate explains the firing mechanism of the Honest John Rocket to two future ROTC graduates of WSU. 1st Lt. Gilbert Shocky, a member of the 6th Bn, 21st Artillery, 5th Infantry Division (Mech), Fort Carson, is a 1964 graduate of WSU. Ken Hoskinson, right, and Quentin Stigers, center, are freshmen. The ROTC cadets toured the Mountain Post to get a picture of the working Army. p. 5 -- Marjorie L. Taylor. p. 5 -- Jim Waskiewicz turned in two interceptions, one for a touchdown, last weekend against North Texas State. p. 6