The Sunflower, v.70, no.23 (November 15, 1965)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.23. Wichita, Kansas, November 15, 1965. - 6 pages

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Article(s): WSU blood drive slated by KMUW -- Self-adapting filter: Jakowatz awarded patent on invention -- Opperman named to open position -- Young Democrats meet tomorrow -- Organization explained: WSU Public Relations Dept. more than meets the eye / Weston Cox -- Drive support -- Money, physical facilities major goals facing WSU / Bill Rapps -- Inside SGA / Bill Rapps -- Computers can be an aid to better classroom teaching / Avis Hackett -- County judge gives sociology class talk on juvenile code / John Murphy -- Students reminded of last day to drop classes; Advising dates -- Homecoming displays: Matter of time, work, lack of sleep -- Journalism student learns the hard way -- Archaeological project presents opportunity -- D U forfeiture gives Shocks 'n Jox intramural football championship -- Basketball opener near; Coach Thompson worried -- Shocker sportlights / Bruce Erickson
Photograph(s): Support our servicemen: Anchorettes march down Douglas Avenue on Thursday In the Veterans' Day Parade which they sponsored to support the servicemen fighting in Viet Nam. p. 1 -- New staff: Ron Opperman, right, was appointed by the Board of Student Publications to fill the position of Sunflower business manager. Stan Luce, left, will fill the asst. business manager's post. p. 1 -- 1965 Homecoming Queen Jane Taber Gamma Phi Beta. p. 1 -- On a dig: Two college students worked on an archaeological excavation in England last summer as part of an archaeological dig project sponsored by the Association for Cultural Exchange. The program will be offered again next summer. p. 5