The Sunflower, v.70, no.30 (December 6, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.30. Wichita, Kansas, December 6, 1965. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Victory for students and SGA: Wanted traffic light to be installed soon -- Pit opens Dec. 9, 10 with Pirandello plays -- Geophysicist visits campus; Holds lecture tomorrow -- Concerts, art displays, convocation: Christmas spirit envelopes WSU campus as atmosphere of festivity begins -- Controversial book to be discussed -- Soldiers in Viet Nam anticipate big Yule -- For world's students: WUS waging battle against current standards of living / Cliff Tarpy -- Baby Shocks score 91-79 victory; Simmy Hill takes scoring honors / Bruce Erickson -- Wichita All-State linebacker signs first letter of intent
Photograph(s): Seige is on: Avid student Shocker basketball fans began lining up for tickets as early as 6:30 a.m. Friday morning to insure their getting a ticket to see the Shocker team in its first game of the season Saturday night. All of the some 2,000 student tickets were picked up. p. 1 -- "What parking problem?": If there is parking space like this going unused during the busy campus hours, then WSU students would have no parking ills. However, this lot, shown as it appeared Friday morning, is obviously reserved totally for staff members, some of whom either aren't there or don't exist. p. 1