The Sunflower, v.70, no.28(December 1, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.28. Wichita, Kansas, December 1, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Honor students begin pre-registration today -- McKinley Hall may receive new wing in near future -- Part-time WSU students receive draft deferments -- Madrigals entertain -- City dump yard present home of Beta masterpiece -- Noted Oregon professor to explain our 'confusion in moral conclusions' -- Canterbury Week: Jazz combo slated for Episcopal mass / C. Kay Zimmerman -- 'A real challenge': University Information Office personnel handle a great variety of questions / Weston Cox -- Downs sent: Views on mid-semester downs expressed among WSU students / Wayne Hayes -- Philosophy Club to begin new series of meetings / Johnny Murphy -- Full-time students still draft exempt -- Four players voted to return to Wichita State all-opponents -- Knimsick takes first in tourney -- Shockers signed: AFL drafts Davis and Waskiewicz; To play for Broncos, NY Jets
Photograph(s): Braggadocio: In a scene from Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes," Rex Riley, as Leo Hubbard, right, is shown playing man-of-the-world, bragging about the worldly women of Mobile to his cousin Alexandra, played by Barbara Wilkinson, center, as Cheryl Roach, left, as Addie, the family servant, listens disapprovingly. p. 1 -- Church play: Members of a touring company from Norman, Okla., play a scene from their presentation of the "Queen and the Rebels." The play will be staged at 8 p.m. at St. Alban's Parish, 3901 E . 25th North, as part of Canterbury Week. p. 3 -- Operators: Two switchboard operators await information questions pertaining to campus. From left Mrs. Edna Bartel and Mrs. Mary Janzen. p. 4
- 1965