The Sunflower, v.70, no.35(December 17, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.35. Wichita, Kansas, December 17, 1965. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Deadline Jan. 7: Three positions open for Sunflower staff -- SGA challenges ticket reduction / Bill Rapps -- At formal dinner: Crest given to actives by Arnold Air Pledges -- Dialogue for Christmas -- Political science professor due to speak Jan. 4 -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- KMUW to broadcast play by student Christmas Eve -- 37 Korean orphans scheduled for yule concert in Fieldhouse -- Rifle range, paper share home / Weston Cox -- Reserve training program offers short active duty -- Job opportunities dim for graduates in Kansas -- Kansas firms recruit for 'brain exchange' -- Kansas unaware of advantages in home state -- Grads given chance for available jobs -- College grads needed for top Wichita jobs -- Missouri Valley teams split games / Bob Greene -- MSU seeks admission to MVC League -- Shockers take on Texas Tech; Raiders possess height, speed / Bruce Erickson -- Athletic Dept. given thanks for sponsoring track event -- WSU replaces S. Carolina on AP poll / Ben Olan
Photograph(s): Pledge gift: Arnold Air Society pledges presented to the actives chapter of the Reserve Officers Training Corps, an embroidered crest at the annual dining-in held recently. L. to R. are Cadet Maj. Kirk Turner, Arnold Air Society Commander; Jean Daundurand, creator of the crest; and Cadet Sgt. Michael Daimdurand, pledge class president. p. 1 -- Where are their jobs?: As graduates of Kansas colleges and universities leave the state for more attractive employment offers, Kansas industries are becoming increasingly concerned with holding onto these talented workers. p. 6 -- Plans job interview: Don Jordan of the WSU Placement Office, is in charge of scheduling interviews with talent seeking companies for job hunting seniors and graduates. p. 7 -- Big Kansas employer: While local industries are often noted for their spasmodic hiring practices, power plants, such as KG&E of Wichita continue to be attractions for college graduates. p. 7 -- Up and in: Warren Armstrong, the Shockers 6-foot-2 sophomore All-American candidate, goes in for an easy shot against the Colorado Buffaloes. Cincinnati of the Missouri Valley defeated Colorado Tuesday night, 67-64, It was Cincy's fourth consecutive victory. p. 9 -- Ballet and a basket: Jamie Thompson goes up for a basket and Karl Talt (14) goes up with him. The scene was part of the Shockers edging of Colorado last week. p. 10