The Sunflower, v.65, no.24 (December 13, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 400 will sing in Yule convo -- Eastern journey proves profitable for debaters -- Schools look for teachers -- 130 singers to present Christmas Carol array -- For Christmas: Employment opportunities at minimum -- Speech instructor to present paper -- 'Atom bomb father' teller, Sevareid lectures on SFB -- Classes set for honors, Merrill says -- Editorial views: Better late than...; Toward understanding -- Looking to the legislatures: budget, tuition problems hit / Associated Collegiate Press -- The readers speak: Conference 'success' / David Davidson -- Angel Flight plans party -- Counseling fundamental, dorm mother believes / Marilyn Kinney -- Campus capers: Pre-holiday Christmas fetes sparkle in seasonal splendor / Jan Foltz -- Tours facilities: KIDC meets on campus -- Yen to pen? Money, experience available to students on Sunflower -- Education films set -- Yule fund grows; Passes $75 mark
Photograph(s): Decoration: Linda Christian, commanding officer of the Army Blues, honorary women's drill team, presents Gayla Ortiz with her three-year ribbon. p. 1 -- Next: Taking turns at breaking the pinata Thursday will be Nancy Cress, Marcia Eaton, Roger Wellman, Chuck, Nicky, and Tony Savaiano. The traditional breaking of the Mexican pinata will be one of the highlights of the Spanish Christmas party to be held in the CAC Ballroom. p. 1 -- Sig Ep sweetheart: Ann Deschner, fine arts junior, was crowned Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Sweetheart Friday night at the chapter's annual Christmas formal. p. 3 -- Mrs. [Eileen] Rankin. p. 3