The Sunflower, v.61, no.23 (December 11, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 11, 1956. - 12 pages
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Article(s): ROTC program booms: General plans visit here -- Stephen G. Nease home established as experimental scholarship house -- Tree-trimming opens YWCA Yule programs -- Art students, faculty view Chrysler collection / Beverly Haring -- Study fossils, minerals: Geologists take numerous field trips / Deloris Clem -- Corbin to attend Rhodes meeting -- From abroad: European Yule treats add to holiday eating -- DOs name dream date at dance -- Webster men hold dance for pledges -- Newsmen are guests of WU -- J. dept. to offer additional ad classes / Don Rude -- Editorial: Politics and newspapers -- Messages from MARS will help complete Army officers training / Milt Brantley -- 'Heart' combines laughs, tears for appreciative audience / Ed Thompson -- Two coeds lead band for Army -- Campus has 2 Army clubs -- Faculty 'senate' possibility studied
Includes Sunflower Christmas Shopper with advertisements
Photograph(s): Larry East, Army ROTC amateur radio operator, makes contact over the new Army MARS outlet now located in the Armory. p. 1 -- Bracing the cold of a freezing December day are Army ROTC cadets during drill exercises. From left are Stanley Watkins, Bobby Dole, and Richard Hess drilling with Squad Leader James Miner looking on. p. 1 -- Twin beauties of the Army ROTC Band are Shirley Hinkle, left and Marilyn Buck, recently elected as drum majorettes by members of the band. p. 1 -- Enthusiasm of geology students keeps them busy even over the week-ends [sic]. Last week-end [sic] Keith Reiser, left, and Bill Clem, right, went on a field trip to study formations and search for fossils. p. 1 -- DO Dream Date, Joe Dean Knowing, right, was presented with an identification bracelet from the Delta Omega sorority by Alys Richardson, DO president, at the annual Black and White Christmas Dance Friday at Rolling Hills Country Club. In the lower picture, Knowing displays the bracelet. / photo by Jim Dove. p. 2 -- Examining an advertising layout is Prof. Gene Bratton, second from left, of the journalism department. Professor Bratton is in charge of the advertising curriculum of the department. Shown with Professor Bratton are three journalism students, Don Rude, Bettie Lu Magruder, seated, and Carol Clay. / photo by Jim Dove. p. 11