The Sunflower, v.69, no.29 (February 9, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.29. Wichita, Kansas, February 9, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): KMUW-FM back on air -- European seminar students pay $334 per credit hour -- Flag to be presented by Shriver Thursday -- Survey of University students show faculty qualifications / Mary Duerksen -- Lindquist comments on budget -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Architecture exhibit set for DFAC -- Collegian cheating universal -- To drink or not -- Inside SGA: Future chief not in sight / Bill Rapps -- Minor sports need dual level support / Mike Hall -- Two-league intramurals underway / Larry Dean -- Three game MVC lead owned by Shocker Five / Mike Hall -- The pivot point / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Change of command: Col. Donald Seem presents the Brigade Flag to newly appointed Brigade Commander, Cadet Col. David Wainwright in drill ceremonies Thursday as first semester Brigade Commander, Cadet Col. Jerry Malcolm looks on. Photo by Allen Northcutt. p. 1 -- Garner Shriver. p. 1 -- The seniors present: Pictured is the sign that now stands on Hillside at the southwest entrance to the University. The sign was presented Thursday morning to President Lindquist. Photo by Allen Northcutt. p. 1 -- Dr. Howard Ellis. p. 2 -- "Isn't it a beauty?" remarks Twila Laughlin to Tom Ross and Gerald Hamm as they inspect a Lear Jet during a recent flying club field trip. p. 3 -- Intramural basketball: Bill Henline takes a jump shot as Van Delhotel and John Knisley look on during a Beta practice for intramural competition. Photo by Allen Northcutt. p. 5