The Sunflower, v.64, no.22 (December 8, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, December 8, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'Night Must Fall' opens Thursday in Commons -- Humphrey convo set for 9 a.m. tomorrow -- Final date set for enrollment -- Shockers face Abilene tonight in Fieldhouse -- Speech department to give 'A Christmas Carol' on TV -- Brown, Shelley to match wits against other top debaters -- Services held for LA junior -- DSF to welcome national president -- WU twirlers waltz tonight -- The editor's board: Let's go back -- Deerskin with Sig Ep emblem presented to WU fraternity -- Social whirl ahead -- Phi Delts trim city's trees -- Film features Soviet ballet -- AWS to host Xmas party -- Flu shots still available; polio vaccine also offered -- Paintings, pots, and people / Richard Miller
Photograph(s): Senator Hubert Humphrey. p. 1 -- 100-years-old deerskin presented recently to the Sig Ep chapter is displayed here by President Bob Cressler, left, and Sue Rinehart, who made the presentation. The deerskin is inscribed with the Sig Ep coat of arms. / photo by Henry Hall. p. 3 -- New officers: These accounting majors were recently elected officers of the Accounting Club, professional coeducational organization. First row (from left to right) are Ken Holmes, president; Joan Knott, secretary, and Dr. William F. Crum, faculty sponsor. Standing (from left to right) are Jim Carlson, vice president, and Monty Frazier, treasurer. The students are all seniors, except Miss Knott who is a junior. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 4