The Sunflower, v.73, no.25 (December 20, 1968)
The Sunflower, v.73 no.25. Wichita, Kansas, December 20, 1968. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Christmas festivities know no national boundaries / The Associated Press -- Thinking of parking on Clough? Digging causes second thoughts -- Organizations exemplify giving spirit / Kathy Endorf -- WSU’s School of Music offers library loans to Kansas State -- The light of change -- Rings, flings, and things: Yule, New Year ahead -- VOC lists 75 members; Group sets future goals -- Korean kids will spend U.S. Yuletide -- Selection of Risser announced -- Colleges get funds to aid communities -- Christmas season may mean more woes for 1-5 hoopsters / Paul Mobiley -- 1-2-3 punch leads frosh to 3-1 record
Photograph(s): Holiday festivities: Fairmount Towers residents celebrated the Christmas season with a candlelight dinner, Wednesday night. p. 8 -- Voice of youth: World Vision Korea n Children's Choir performed Wednesday night in Field House. p. 9 -- Early Christmas present: The Audio Visual Services received Wednesday a nine-record portfolio, entitled "Beyond Antiquity," from KMUW-FM radio station. Ron Streeter, instructor in speech, presents the series of anthropology lectures in the origin of man to Mrs. Carol Holman, director of Audio-Visual Services. p. 10 -- Easy two: Ron Washington (44) puts in an easy jumper for two of his 25 points on Tuesday's loss to St. Louis. p. 11 -- Slippery Ron: Ron Harris slips by two Oklahoma defenders for two points in the Baby Shockers' only loss of the young season. p. 12