The Sunflower, v.66, no.23 (December 8, 1961)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 8, 1961. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Dec. 29 departures: Sun Bowl booster buses set for El Paso exodus -- 'Hands off Hank' says fans as NU bids for Foldberg -- Space tech subject of campus visit -- Opportunities for teachers now available -- 26 positions on Sunflower opening soon -- Tree party to kick off Yule season -- SGA joins Collegiate UN group -- History prof named to lead 1962 WU European seminar -- Editorial views: It's up to Hank; The sound of music? -- The readers speak: Regrets paying tax for schooling of 'embryo' newsmen / Ernest O. Black -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Shockers challenge top rated O.S. bucks in TV tilt tonight -- Cage 'mural tourney set -- Basketballers gain national ranking -- Schedule out for 2nd semester pre-registration -- For institute: Benefit concert planned by school of music -- Orchesis, drama groups team for TV -- Greek tragedy now showing -- Biology business: Snakes, frogs habitat 2nd floor, henrion gym -- '400 blows,' 'Mischief Makers' featured film society presentations next week
Photograph(s): Coach Hank Foldberg has decision to make. p. 1 -- Sign of appeal, students support Hank. p. 1 -- Dr. J.K. Sowards named seminar director. p. 1 -- Smith goes high for shot: Sam Smith, the JuCo transfer who has shown fans that he really 'came to play,' goes up for a shot during the second half of the Shockers contest against the University of Nebraska Monday night. p. 3 -- A (rare) red fox is the specimen seen on the "slab" above as biology students Bob Atherton, Graduate; Jerry Abersole, University College freshman; and Dan Schaeffer, Graduate, give it a close inspection. According to the students, red foxes are a rarity in this geographic area. p. 6
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