The Sunflower, v.63, no.24 (December 16, 1958)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, December 16, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): President appointed to Rhodes committee -- Annual Yule convo slated for Friday -- Play parts to be cast this week -- Faculty composition, 'The Gloria' to be premiered in carol concert -- Students urged to apply for Sunflower positions -- Agency cancels picture -- Illness hits Les Needham at ball game -- CAC to sponsor auto rides home -- Christmas Holidays mean shorter hours for WU office help -- Editorials: Student government's role ; You can help! -- Problems, problems: Backstage perils revealed by cast -- Speech beginners to air talks over WU radio station -- Baptist Student Union: Religious group has own campus house -- Coffee honors Gore Scholars -- WU social whirl increases pace as Greeks dine, dance, entertain -- Music group to sponsor radio show -- Madrigal singers schedule Yule show -- WU choir presents Christmas concert in first TV show -- Carriers plan second grant -- Date set for Frosh exams
Photograph(s): Concert preparation: Dr. David Foltz, professor and head of choral music, and six choir members look over their music in preparation for a Christmas concert which will be presented tonight in the Fine Arts Center. Left to right are Dr. Foltz, Joyce Popp, Mary Hawks, Judy Meyer, Elaine Unterseher. Behind left to right are Ted Bisel, and Eldon Moen. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Pre-registration: These students are shown going through pre-registration procedures that will continue next week and into Christmas holidays. Mrs. Jeanette Harris, seated, assists students Monica Daily and Glenn Davis. Students whose last names begin with S through Z will present their class schedules at the Registrar's Office on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Today is the final day for students to register whose names begin with M-R. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Living room: The Baptist Student Union house, meeting place of the campus Baptist students, is a former residence on North Yale street. This picture shows the living room and couch and the picture window of the house. p. 3 -- Tree trimmed: YWCA members work on their annual chore of trimming the Christmas tree located in the rotunda of Jardine Hall. Coeds pictured while at work are Paula Bird, on the ladder, and, left to right, Allison Comstock and Cathy Evans, with their backs to the camera. The decoration job was done Thursday night. p. 4