The Sunflower, v.70, no.10 (October 15, 1965)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.10. Wichita, Kansas, October 15, 1965. - 10 pages

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Article(s): WSU to observe 4th annual Parents Day: Buffet, football game, 'Shirt Parade' scheduled -- Sue-Sam, officers election slated today -- Kolb, Ruhl selected for court posts -- Fire evacuates Brennan; Minor damages reported -- Sorensen speaks at tea, talk -- Welcome -- Removal of Cuban missiles was Kennedy's greatest satisfaction -- Inside SGA: Thompson holds his ground / Bill Rapps -- Political interest furthered as legislative intern in Washington / Judy Fairhurst -- Criticism of councils attacked by official -- Volunteers' experience retold as rich, varied / John Crittenden -- New Center for Research aids students -- Females dominate KU's student paper -- US Army ex-general sues AP for $3 million in libel suit -- Beech being sued due to Liberal fire -- National Science Foundation to award graduate stipends -- Dorms elect leaders for year's activities -- Ike propounds theory of world peace through personal contacts -- Viet speaker to highlight grad dinner -- Society, Shocker style / Judy Fairhurst -- All-school election today to pick Varsity Sue, Sam -- The starting line-up / Mike Hall -- Physical education club plans guests and activities -- Shock's to try line-up change to trip Aggies for first win -- Tulsa's Anderson continues on road to passing champ -- Boxing head urges bout's recognition
Photograph(s): Forum speaker: Theodore C. Sorensen, special aide to the late President John F. Kennedy, spoke to an informal gathering of students Wednesday afternoon at the International Club's Tea and Conversation. p. 1 -- Punch line: Freshmen women receive their culinary reward for attending the Associated Women Students Tea held to meet their new freshmen. p. 7 -- Meet the freshmen: To introduce outstanding freshmen women to the activities of WSU was the purpose of this tea sponsored by Mortar Board, senior women's honor group. p. 8 -- Ken Dean. p. 10 -- John Shannon. p. 10
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