The Sunflower, v.70, no.24 (November 17, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.24. Wichita, Kansas, November 17, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): University singers schedule performance November 23 -- Campus blood drive gains SGA sanction -- Downs to be in tomorrow's mail -- 150 will attend WSU Editors' Day -- Reel Time portrays moon landing -- Apathy revisited -- 'Life' editor asks news media to examine journalism morality -- Driver's view: Operation Head Start termed success / Weston Cox -- Audiovisual center offers tapes on study skills for students -- Homecoming 1965 -- Shocks upset Utags in 21-19 surprise -- Confusion reigns over bowl games; Who plays whom is the question / Bob Green -- Washington re-injured in practice -- Oklahoma frosh wins Mid-west Federation / Phil Shepis
Photograph(s): Fisticuffs prevail: Terminating the Homecoming game was a free-for-all between the Shocks and the dazed Utah Aggies. For complete picture story of Homecoming '65 see pages 4-5. p. 1 -- Bad news: Clerks at Brennan Hall hand out the mid-term down slips. Over 6,000 of the reports of below C work were sent by the Registrar's Office. p. 1 -- Homecoming '65 photographs. p. 4-5 -- Phillips strikes again: Senior Tom Phillips makes yardage with Don Harris (60) and Wes Mason (53) providing interference. Phillips scored the Shockers first TD on a pass from quarterback, John Eckman. p. 6 -- Shocks score again: Left end Bobby Wilson nabs John Eckman's pass In the end zone after an 80-yard Shocker drive. Utah defensive back, Marv Kendrick (23), tries for the tackle. Wilson's touchdown came late In the second quarter and made the score 13-0. p. 6