The Sunflower, v.64, no.24 (December 15, 1959)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, December 15, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Spanish dept offers Masters -- Need identification for CAC billiards / Jack Mattis -- Shocks drop two to Utah; Seek 5th season win tonight -- Gore grant increases -- 'Pre-enrollment up' - Fletcher -- Special Christmas program to be televised -- Student group to campaign for Humphrey -- WU coeds win top Pitt debate honors -- Apply for positions on Sunflower staff -- The editor's board: A word to the wise ; This billiard business -- Annual Yule convo to feature dance -- Fashion suggests Yule gifts / Peggy Kennedy -- Rings and things -- Mikrokosmos ready Jan. 15; Items sought for next issue -- Choir to sing carols for CBS series -- AFROTC cadets attend conclave
Photograph(s): Discuss Spanish degree: Dr. Eugene Saviano, (left) head of the Spanish department, and Dr. Hugo Wall, dean of the Graduate School, discuss the new masters degree program in Spanish. Requirements for the degree call for 30 hours of course work, including a thesis, and reading knowledge of a second foreign language. p. 1 -- Busy-beavers: Members of the Panorama staff are working like proverbial 'busy-beavers' to meet deadlines for the 1960 yearbook. From left to right are: Marilyn Mullikin, art editor; Bob Pope, business manager; Jim Collier, sports editor; Shirley Sears, editor; and Sally Howse, managing editor. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 2 -- "Santa Claus is coming...": University Greeks met together Wednesday night and trimmed a Christmas tree on the mall of Clough Place. After the "lighting of the bulbs," sorority and fraternity members began a round of Christmas caroling, at the Institute of Logopedics, the Masonic Home, and the Wichita Children's Home. Afterwards, the Greeks adjourned to the CAC for refreshments. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 3 -- Next on building program: The Board of Regents has approved this preliminary concept of the new University library. The $1.5 million structure will be financed by revenue bonds or gifts. p. 4.