The Sunflower, v.68, no.23 (December 13, 1963)

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1963-12-13
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1963. - 4 pages

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Article(s): State aid allotted $104,987 to WU -- Madrigals to present Christmas musical -- Debate team to compete at Winfield -- -- Convo slated for Thursday -- Sunflower applications due by next Friday -- Band, Sweden, Prof's poetry to be featured on Ed-TV -- Pre-registration to end Dec. 20 -- Music essays topic of book by WU prof -- Two performances of play remaining -- Art Fair set to begin tomorrow -- Editorial views: Shocks deserve bid -- Ability to recover amazes world / Bill Mingle -- Dr. Craig named chairman of aeronautical engineering -- Graduate student to celebrate Kenya's Independence here / Weston Cox -- Rifle team defeats OSU in dual meet -- First meet set for English club -- 2 students to present senior recital -- Jerry Lewis stars in tonight's flick -- Shocks to face Bradley in MVC opener / Ted Rinebarger -- Good offensive potential cited by freshman basketball mentor -- Psychology's 'Blondie' dies Monday at age 8 / Bill Rapps -- 14 new members initiated by national business frat -- Auditions set for KMUW
Photograph(s): Madrigal members, Sandy Rousher, David Sanders, Dwala Kim, and Lee Spann, pause for a moment during a rehearsal for the annual Christmas concert. p. 1 -- Christmas art fair exhibits are here being admired by Gary Brown and Marcia Curry, chairman of the sale. p. 1 -- Leonard Kelley, Nate Bowman. p. 3
"Pronko's White Pigeon Dies See Page 4"
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