The Sunflower, v.61, no.24 (December 14, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, December 14, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): WU foreign students to be honored -- Yule convo planned by dancers, vocalists -- Yule party to be held Monday eve -- YW members decorate tree -- Geology prof gets grant -- SC votes to reduce price of guest tickets -- Council plans Hungarian relief convocation, February 5 -- TV schedule is released -- Vets will receive November checks prior to vacation -- Millermen face TCU cage club tomorrow in Fieldhouse battle -- Shockers drop Michigan Wolverines; SMU Mustangs whip Wichita team -- PE faculty heads tight Volley Ball [sic] race -- Department given issues of social work magazine -- College unions now have added strength -- Final examinations start January 16 -- Seniors offered Gibbs scholarships -- KMUW to air 'live' concert -- European art added by dept. -- JBA finalists to be chosen -- Eight to get Masters here -- Control system established -- Press club sponsors sale -- Gone ghost found, librarian mystified -- Civil service reps to meet seniors -- Eleanor Roosevelt praises Wichita U -- Editorial page: Simplicity and stop signs -- Language departments join in Yule program -- 900 students pre-enroll for second term
Photograph(s): Jardine Hall took on a holiday look, Tuesday evening, when the YWCA held its annual Christmas tree trimming party. Coeds taking part in the tree trimming included, from the left, Janet Noel, Diane Copeland, Karen Knight, and Janice Achelpohl. / photo by Jim Dove. p. 1