The Sunflower, v.62, no.22 (December 10, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, December 10, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Corbin is committee chairman -- Yule folk music to be presented by a cappella choir, string quartet -- Scientist to speak at convo -- Air group will host speakers -- Kappa Rhos, Gammas lead Greek grading -- Howdy, Mr. Vet: Veterans plan promotion for campus Yule dance -- Italian film slated in FAC theatre -- Debate team plan two trips -- KMUW plans to broadcast live show from FA center -- Apathy or activity? -- Powell is chairman -- 'Antigone' termed 'best play' acting and directing praised / Don Rude -- Reading improvement lab helps with speed, accuracy problems / Alex Mitchell -- 'Round the campus / Evelyn Jones -- Home Ec Club plans Christmas coffee -- Spanish program to be presented -- 75 couples attend Yule dance -- WU offers TV variety -- Alpha Phi Omega meets Wednesday -- Radio club elects Miner -- Parnassus to take pics of Psych club -- Editors solicit manuscripts for new literary magazine -- Visual Center sends films all over state
Photograph(s): Featured soloists with the A Cappella Choir, in final rehearsal for the "Christmas Carols" program, which will be presented tonight by the School of Music are, from left, Jay Hershey and Deane Looney. p. 1 -- An important part of the reading improvement program is the use of machines provided in the lab. Here, a University student utilizes a "pusher" which encourages increased speed in reading. p. 2 -- Four members of the "Mikrokosmos" staff, who will edit the forthcoming publication, look over a manuscript. They are, seated, from left, Barbara McIlree, Liberal Arts junior; and George Van Arsdale, Liberal Arts sophomore; standing, Corban Lepell, graduate teaching fellow in art; and Alan Russo, Liberal Arts junior. p. 4