The Sunflower, v.70, no.27 (November 24, 1965)

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1965-11-24
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Harder, Marvin A. (Marvin Andrew), 1921-1993 , Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
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Article(s): Campus completes student blood drive / Wayne Harris -- From President Johnson: White House invites Harder to attend IYC Conference -- 59 schools attend WSU debate meet -- Manual labor, not faith: Kappa Pi art fair publicized by Beta mountain relocation / C. Kay Zimmerman -- 'Blind date' problem may be solved with IBM computer / Cliff Tarpy -- Shock's defense provides notable finale to otherwise poor season / Bruce Erickson -- Shock's cage season adds Mexico squad
Photograph(s): Marvin A. Harder. p. 1 -- Mind over matter: Students gathered on the lawn of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house at noon Monday in preparation of carrying the fraternity Homecoming mountain to the lawn of the Art Building. The stunt was sponsored by Kappa Pi, new art fraternity, in conjunction with the Art Fair, Dec. 11 and 12. (Photo by Bill Conklin). p. 1 -- Debatable confusion: Bob Glenn, one of the chairmen of the Shocker Forensic held last weekend, converses over the phone with a worried tournament worker. Others are l. to r. Eric Park, Bob Shields, and Ron Surface, seated. p. 1 -- Blood drive picket: Mrs. Joyce Davis picketed in protest outside the CAC Monday afternoon during the campus blood drive. She carried a placard throughout the afternoon warning students that blood donated in the drive goes to communism. The other side urged the students to "support our constitution." p. 2
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.70 no.27. Wichita, Kansas, November 24, 1965. - 4 pages
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