The Sunflower, v.70, no.22 (November 12, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.22. Wichita, Kansas, November 12, 1965. - 20 pages
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Article(s): 'Story' behind seal uncovered: Fairmount College grad designed University seal -- Election ends today; Polls close at 2 p.m. -- UCLA: WSU basketball attendance best in nation last season / Avis Hackett -- Cross-country trek for world peace executed by college men / Wayne Hayes -- Club registration sought by SGA -- Vast changes evident -- Homecoming '65 -- Historic glimpse: WSU differs in '65; Bigger, more expensive / Jacque Glaser -- Coeds urged to join University Flying Club -- Khruschev's diplomacy personal: Kremlin chiefs cold, hostile, but marked by consistency / Tracy Rowlett -- Wichita State faculty member honored by Kansas physical education group -- Southwestern College's Art Center dedication in Winfield Friday / Avis Hackett -- Homecoming fashions worn for activities -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- Homecoming is nothing without colorful moms -- Mid-West Federation meet hosted by school tomorrow -- Powerful Utah State faces shockers in tomorrow's tilt / Bruce Erickson -- Shocker sportlights / Bruce Erickson -- Fashions for Homecoming 1965 / Joy-Lyn Updike and Stan Luce -- Skinny, low-slung pants are 'in' -- Classic look in men's sweaters -- Outdoor look -- Ties wider, fabrics vary -- Fashion image goes young; Mad for trim, lean look -- Knees socks big; Bobby socks out -- A Shock-ing episode -- Twenties look coming back for women's fur fashions -- Clear cream pampers nails -- Blazers Ivy-league inspired great look for campus wear -- Fragrance enhances femininity; What's behind YOUR ears? -- New travel kits have talc, soap, cologne for men -- Miracle fabrics -- Button-down still popular -- Fresh, natural look replaces heavy mast-type make-up -- Natural look a must in women's hair color -- English heather tweeds -- Suede added to casual look for fall -- Traditional look college favorite -- Dial a spray now available -- Brogues popular in men's shoes -- Men's suits slimmer -- Thigh-high skirts scant 18 inches -- New bath bar -- Vested suits back in style -- Tongue in chic / Joy-Lyn Updike -- Fashion focuses on eyes -- Men's cosmetics gain popularity -- Waskiewicz defensive standout: Twilley: AP's 'Lineman of the Week' -- WSU's 'Little Old Shoemaker' sets University kicking record / Cliff Hall
Photograph(s): History comes alive: Two members of the original off-Broadway cast of "In White America" portray a citizen comforting a Negro girl who had just been barred from entering the doors of a Little Rock, Ark. high school. Shown In Wilner Auditorium, the play was sponsored by Community Theater. p. 3 -- Run for peace: Running since October 1, pictured is one of the three college students who is dramatizing his desire for peace by running from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. Photo by Joe Goulart. p. 4 -- Photographs of campus changes. p. 4-5 -- Learning to fly: Offering a low cost way to learn to fly, the WSU Flying Club offers three Piper planes for member use. Membership in the club can lead to a flying license. p. 6
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