The Sunflower, v.62, no.23 (December 13, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1957. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Telecast slated for WU-Iowa U. meeting -- Constitution debated by council members: Haring named head of may celebration -- Final shots being given -- Hi-fi sounds: Percussion concert tonight -- No damage in tunnel fire -- Students U-Z pre-register; Change made -- 2 convocations scheduled next week; Astronomer, Yule program planned -- Tickets ready next week for vacation games -- Country Club scene of sorority dance -- Pep convo set for Monday eve -- Walpole to form Wittgenstein circle -- Family takes 14 month tour; Tells of European experiences / Vida Vinduska -- UNICEF profits: ISA selling Christmas cards -- Vets sponsor dance; Ticket sale continues -- Shocks split game with Titans, Bonnies
Includes Special Edition: Sunflower Christmas Shopper, volume II, number 1: Scarfs, stoles head coed's Yule list -- And after everything else, how about the moon, Santa -- Let's bake for the holidays -- Greeks plan Yule activities: Gammas schedule Christmas formal; Tri Delts give dinner, dance; Alpha Phi dance on Tuesday; Pi Alph's to crown sweetheart; Phi Sigs hold party Tuesday -- Some items always needed by women -- 'Dream Date' to be named -- White styles to dominate Yule parties -- Shopping made easy: Yule, season to 'remember' many -- KMUW has ballad singer -- Buying a tie? Here's a guide -- Gift suggestions for that 'special someone' -- YW to sponsor rummage sale -- Home ec group to have annual coffee Monday -- Shopper to aid student buyers
Construction on the new Math Building, on the east side of the campus, progresses with the weather. Construction crews are hoping to have the building ready for occupancy by next fall. p. 1 -- Dr. Harlow Shapley. p. 1 -- YWCA held the annual Christmas tree trimming party Monday night in Jardine Hall. Decorating the tree in the rotunda were, from left Suzanne Evans, Elaine Davis, co-chairmen for the event, Alison Comstock and Sharon McNeil. Afterwards a party was held in Dean Josephine Fugate's office. p. 2 -- Dr. Eugene Savaiano, head of the Spanish department, looks over titles which he brought back to the States with him from Spain. The Savaiano family traveled through Europe for 14 months. p. 3