The Sunflower, v.69, no.38 (March 12, 1965)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.38. Wichita, Kansas, March 12, 1965. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Ex-Olympic star scheduled for talk at WSU March 18 / Cliff Hardy -- Dr. Blanshard to lecture -- May Queen elections set for March 19 -- Coeds urged to vote in AWS elections -- 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' set for Saturday, 7 p.m. -- Rifle team third in final meet -- University to regulate nite autos -- Ablah revises door policy -- Proper concern -- 'Sheelah's Day' much more exciting than usual St. Patrick's celebration / Judy Fairhurst -- 'Great society' called age of leisure; Effects on working class discussed / Cliff Tarpy -- McKinley Science Hall houses relics in 2nd floor library -- Shocker basketball close-ups / photo essay by Allan Northcutt -- The pivot point / Mike Hall -- Shockers to face SMU tonight; Seek regional tournament win / John Knisley
Photograph(s): Heart to heart: At the last practice before each game, Coach Thompson strives to build a winning attitude in his boys. p. 4 -- MVC Coach-of-the-Year. p. 4 -- Signals from the bench: With five fingers raised, Thompson directs his Shockers into a spread offense. -- p. 4 -- Traditional clasp: Before the tip, the starting five join hands in the "Giv'em-Hell-Shockers," spirit. -- p. 4 -- Uncaptioned photograph of cheering crowd. p. 4 -- Blackboard strategy: As half-time rest period draws to a close, Thompson rapidly outlines second half tactics and first half mistakes. p. 5 -- Intermission: Fatigue still shows as the team looks over first half statistics. p. 5 -- Injured player: Trainer Tom Reeves and team doctor William Swisher, inspect John Criss' jaw injury. Diagnosis: not serious. -- p. 5 -- The bench: Aroused by a dispute call, coaches [first name cut off] Anderson and Gary Thompson make one of their [frequent] off-the-bench protests. p. 5 -- No technicals: Hear no technicals, see no technicals and speak no technicals. p. 5