The Sunflower, v.70, no.32 (December 10, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.32. Wichita, Kansas, December 10, 1965. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Shockers take victory over Michigan: Relinquish lead only twice; Thompson has perfect night / Bruce Erickson -- Christmas season here: Campus organizations instill yuletide cheer with festivities / C. Kay Zimmerman -- SGA debates ticket policy -- Art Fair to run Saturday, Sunday -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- Alpha Chi pledges to sponsor supper -- Analogous to football: Skydiver claims sexual relief motivates diver thrill seeking / Alford Klein -- Sixty teams compete: Two WSU varsity rifle teams participate in K-State match -- Library receives new attachment for typewriter -- Jabara speaks: Alpha Kappa Psi holds initiation ceremonies -- WSU Arnold Air Society schedules semi-annual dining-in Dec. 12 -- Carleton College: Student on probation for criticizing dean / Associated Collegiate Press -- Long proves standout in college, pro ball -- NCAA officials give OK to allow entries in 'Opens' / Bob Greene -- Lee scores highest bowling game in weekly fraternity intramurals -- Shocks score win without Pete / Bruce Erickson
Photograph(s): Sweet victory: L. to R., Coach Gary Thompson, Trainer Tom Reeves, and Frosh coach, Ron Heller voice approval of the Shockers 100-94 win over the Wolverines, Wednesday night as team members cheer. p.1 -- Frosh win: Freshman center Sim Hill attempts a hook shot while an unidentified Coffeyville Juco man vainly defends as the Baby Shocks chalked up a 99-74 victory against Coffeyville Wednesday. Hill led all scorers with 29 points. p. 1 -- Intersection claimed: Two city workers lay the groundwork for the traffic light soon to be installed at the chronically chaotic 17th and Yale intersection. p. 1 -- Varsity rifle team: Left to right, kneeling: G. George, Allen Wells, Ron Alexander, Jeff Hawkins. Left to right, standing: R. Humphrey, Jay Renicker, Dave Fry, Sgt. Buffington. R. Mayes not pictured. p. 5 -- Bob Long. p. 7 -- Sad, sad story: Kelly Pete, senior All-American hopeful, sits on the bench after badly bruising his knee against New Mexico State. Sophomore standout, 6 -foot-6 Ron Washington, sits next to Pete. Washington was put out of action with a severe shoulder separation but is expected to be up for our first MVC tilt Jan. 6 with Bradley. p. 7 -- Cazzie crashes Shockers: Cazzie Russell plows into Wichita's Jamie Thompson as the All-American attempts a driving shot in Wednesday's 100-94 Shocker victory. Melvin Reed (20) looks on. Photo by Tom Doan. p. 8 -- Up and in: Warren Armstrong goes high for another 2 as the Shockers keep rolling toward the century mark in their Wednesday night win over the second-ranked Michigan Wolverines.