The Sunflower, v.69, no.21 (December 4, 1964)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69 no.21. Wichita, Kansas, December 4, 1964. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Huerta gives notice as Shock grid coach -- SGA gets money for campus groups -- SGA sets final cutoff on group file -- Iowa English prof talks on comparison of books / Berry Berkowtz -- WSU presently hosting 2nd ACU conference -- Editorial views: Locks no guarantee -- The political scene: What is republicanism / Dave Hartman -- Modern college students more open in morality / Cliff Tarpy -- Inside SGA: Here is the 'score' in SGA -- Educators advocate LA revision / Cliff Tarpy -- Activities Center to host International CARE benefit / Mike Hall -- Housewarming given for Regent scholars -- Mennonite fellowship organized -- Campus chaplain gives views on progressive Catholicism / Mike Snyder -- Past colorful sportswriting has become more factual / Mike Hall -- Between the bookends: Ernie Bradford, Ulysses Found. New York: Harcourt, Brace, & World. Inc, 1964. 238 pp. / W. H. Sullens -- Debaters attend tourney -- Twirling began as therapy develops into skilled sport / Judy Fairhurst -- Alpha Chi Omega wins championship / Judy Fairhurst -- Cincinnati Wins MVC honors as Wichita State takes third / Rick Lane -- Campaign for stadium under way -- Varsity trounces freshmen -- Shock Cagers open season with Long Beach tomorrow / Rick Lane -- Thompson discusses Cagers' potential / Mike Hall
Photograph(s): Opening night actors for "Cosi fan Tutte" rehearse prior to their appearance last night. Pictured left to right are Professor Robertson, conductor of the orchestra; Allen Johnson, Guglielmo; Janice Stinson, Fliordiligi; Sam Ramey, Don Alfonso; Kris Karlowsky, Darabella; and Don Nelson as Ferrando. "Cosi fan Tutte" has the distinction of being the only opera put on by the WSU Opera Workshop using a double cast. p. 1 -- CARE dinner preparations begin as Byron Palls readies for the guests. The dinner will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the CAC Ballroom. p. 4 -- Uncaptioned photograph of a person looking up. p. 6 -- Shocker starters in the opener against Long Beach State will be, L. to R., Vernon Smith, Dave Leach, Nate Bowman, Dave Stallworth and Kelly Pete. p. 8 -- Coach Thompson. p. 8
"See 'Score' in SGA Page 3"
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The Sunflower
v.69 no.21
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