The Sunflower, v.65, no.25 (December 16, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, December 16, 1960. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Food, book, rec areas called on SGA 'carpet' / Bill Bidwell -- SGA gives insurance 'go ahead' -- IFC, Panhellenic 'adopt' 9 families for next year -- 'Search' going for lost hat -- Art missing from walls -- Editorial views: On Earth, peace; CAC sidelights -- 'Socrates' pens note to Corbin -- German Yuletide recounted by Fulbright Scholar here / Peter Sommers -- The Sunflower Christmas Features: Santa, Rudolph, presents for many all part of Campus Yuletide scene; Yule seen by students, staff as commercialized; University singers to record for CBS -- WU graduate awarded fellowship for study in European university -- WU professor of Spanish returns from Spain, Portugal -- Buckeyes to invade Shock den: Wichita takes first loss to underdog Marquette -- During vacation: Action slated for Shockers -- Operations of CAC viewed at SGA meeting on Monday -- Seniors' togetherness move sparked by coffees, button -- PR's slate Oklahoma journey
Photograph(s): "Yes, Sandy, there is a Santa Clause," the jolly old gentleman seems to be assuring Sandy Marten, business freshman. Having been reassured, Miss Marten, holding a lollipop, remarked, "All I want for Christmas is a new car, stereo set, and yacht." / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Elden Pemberton: "It's the potatoes' fault". p. 1 -- Four hundred members of University choral groups were featured in the Christmas convocation, held Wednesday in the Commons Auditorium. Presenting the "Christmas Oratorio," the program was highlighted by soloists Beverly Okerberg, Fran Baker, Phillis Vogt, James Fleming, Rodney Walker, and Crandell Waid. The program was under the director of Dr. David Foltz, choral director. p. 1 -- Charlene Taylor. p. 4 -- Virgil Brady: One of the keys in the Shockers improved showing. p. 5