The Sunflower, v.70, no.25 (November 19, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.25. Wichita, Kansas, November 19, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): SGA Congress debates KMUW-FM blood drive -- Drive gains momentum as city gives support -- Forensic tourney set -- Nelson defends AAUP on academic freedom -- Kansas editors to watch game -- Betas lend HC mountain to Kappa Pi -- WSU professor backs student-faculty rating -- Between the bookends --Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- Army ROTC picks Cadet of the Month -- University chosen as area test center by 'Seventeen' -- Residents cite pros, cons of dorm life / Marilyn Ruggles -- Shocks dump Utah; Now gun for Tulsa -- Play nets honor for Shocker stars -- Gymnastic team to face tough home schedule / Jim Kinney -- Shocker spotlights / Bruce Erickson
Photograph(s): Approval from the mayor: Wichita Mayor William Tarrant signs a proclamation backing the campus' radio station (KMUW -FM ) blood drive for troops in Viet Nam. Sue Pittman, general manager of KMUW, looks on with Barry Gaston and Ken Trinkle, co-organizers of the blood drive. p. 1 -- Drive plans begin: SGA President Keith Thompson starts Tuesday nights meeting off with a discussion of the organizations plan for the campus blood drive. Vice President John Morton looks on. p. 1 -- The proper scoring pose: Demonstrating a loop off dismount on the side horse is Gary Johnson, sophomore. Johnson is a freshman letterman and is being counted on to score for the Shocker varsity this year. p. 6
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