The Sunflower, v.70, no.31(December 8, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.31. Wichita, Kansas, December 8, 1965. - 4 pages
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Article(s): SGA, Athletic Department agree to keep present ticket policy -- Tour campus today: Legislators visit WSU on biennial tour -- Gleason gets justice post on student-faculty court -- In Pit Theater: Two experimental theater roles force actor into difficult character switch / Marilyn Ruggles -- Soviets now resuming old Chinese fears / Henry S. Brodsher -- One of two million: Chinese student flew for Republic of China / Wayne Hayes -- Project Pal benefit to premiere club -- Wave representative scheduled for CAC information booth soon -- Shockers whip NMS 103-67, meet Michigan tonight / Bruce Erickson -- MV basketball clubs continue winning ways / Jim Van Valkenburg
Photograph(s): "The Vise": One of two productions to be presented by the WSU Experimental Theater in the "Pit" Thursday and Friday night at 8:30 p.m. Vicky Hardy and Kurt Conrad are shown in a scene in the Luigi Pirandello one-act play. The second production to be presented is "The Wreath". p. 1 -- High point man: Junior Jamie Thompson adds another basket to his 31 point total last Saturday night against the New Mexico State Aggies. Chris Noble (34) looks on as his team went down 103-67. p. 1 -- Pat Stucky. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Jim Wang, WSU graduate student. p. 2 -- Art Fair: Two University students examine a print that is to be shown in the Kappa Pi Art Fair Dec. 11 and 12. The Fair will be shown in the foyer of the DFAC. Kappa Pi, the newly formed art fraternity, is sponsoring the Fair. p. 3 -- Lt. Marcia Fields. p. 3 -- Another Shocker rebound: Melvin Reeds, starting center, nabs a defensive rebound. Aggies Mike Dabich (7-0) looks on enviously and Cliff Noble (6-3) finds the ball already claimed. p. 4 -- Cazzie Russell. p. 4