The Sunflower, v.60, no.23 (December 9, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 9, 1955. - 6 pages
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Article(s): First plans for student union presented -- Open meeting set by Council -- College of Education sponsors new plan -- Foreign language students to present Yule program -- 345 register for classes --Regents okay 2 professors -- Engineers plan spring events -- 7 to debate in Winfield meet -- Art profs improve in local hospitals -- Warm fashion: New furs fit college budget / Judy Vail -- Registration open for sorority rush -- Two business clubs hold joint meeting -- Engagements of three couples are announced by parents -- Patience! Poli Sci prof has difficult moments -- 5 organizations plan formal Christmas events -- Delta Omega 'Dream Date' told tonight -- 'Snowball' is ISA formal dance theme -- Phi Sigs view 'Wonderland' -- Air society dance Dec. 10 -- Holiday theme at Wilkie Hall -- Young Demos to meeting -- Fieldhouse multiplies problems -- Caught short -- Grad receives alumni award -- Bach festival opens at FU -- Laughs: Jokes display political ideas / Ed Andreopoulos -- SW Missouri, first road foe; Nebraska here Monday night -- Music faculty to perform -- Early lead, fast finish, to no avail -- Radio agenda has variety -- WU marksmen top Fordham -- Cage ticket dates named -- '56 Parnassus on schedule
Photograph(s): Before a capacity crowd, the University Fieldhouse was dedicated Wednesday night during half-time ceremonies of the Shocker-Kansas University basketball game. Sam Brolund, chairman of the Board of Regents, left, presents the building to President Harry F. Corbin, of the University. p. 1