The Sunflower, v.70, no.29 (December 3, 1965)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.29. Wichita, Kansas, December 3, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): SGA organization allocations given; New groups included -- Tickets available today: Cage ticket pickup -- Pre-registrations continues; Advisor deadline set Friday -- WSU debate tourney ends successfully -- Chamber of Commerce to sponsor interviews for local career-hopefuls -- Theater presents three showings of 'Little Foxes' / Cliff Hall -- Cash prizes to be awarded winning Mikrokosmos entries -- SGA disputes committee's parking rules -- Kissing can cause tooth decay, claim scientists -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- Cadets vie for Angel date -- In placement office: Seniors urged to schedule on-campus interviews -- 17 cadets visit Texas air base -- 6th consecutive year: Spanish Department awarded contract -- Two new dormitories to house 2,400; Tentative goal for completion: Fall '66 -- Visiting physicist to speak on 'Enigma of Arctic Basin' -- KU, ailing WSU gymnasts to compete on Mt. Oread -- Shockers to battle NMS Aggies in first basketball contest / Bruce Erickson -- KTVH to carry 4 WSU games
Photograph(s): Chaos underway: Pre-registration for the second semester began Wednesday and will continue through Dec. 1. Students whose last name begins with the letter H-L may pre-register today In the basement of Ablah Library. p. 1 -- Scheming female: Regina, portrayed by Connie Atkinson. right, delivers an ultimatum to her ailing husband, Horace Hubbard, played by Steve Pachosa, left, in Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes," which began its three-night run in WSU Theatre last night. See related story p. 2. p. 1 -- Returning Shocker starters: (L to R) Guards John Criss and Kelly Pete and 6-foot-3 forward Jamie Thompson will lead the Shockers against New Mexico State tomorrow night. Sophomore standout Warren Armstrong will be a sure starter across the forward line with Thompson. p. 6