The Sunflower, v.56, no.14 (December 20, 1951)

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1951-12-20
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, December 20, 1951. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Holiday convo set for Friday -- 2nd semester Sunflower jobs now available -- TV considered for University -- City commissioners approve transferal of art museum -- AF ROTC gets new instructor -- Library open over holidays -- Jet crash is fatal to grad -- UW club books to be audited beginning January 7 -- Registrar sets finals schedule -- Residence Hall to house 125 -- Houses needed next semester -- Alpha Tau Sigma formal Christmas dance to conclude trio of holiday celebrations -- Websters to hold dance on Friday -- Organists' Guild elects officers -- Kappa Rho dance to be Saturday -- Home Ec group adds 7 members -- Visits son here -- Club corner: club to hold Yuletide party this afternoon -- Phi Sig's dance to be December 29 at local hotel -- Gamma Christmas dance scheduled for December 22 -- ISA men host women at dance -- Pi Kap, Sorosis princess, D.O. -- Dinner dances, Pi Alpha Pi formal feature Yule season -- Black and White is D.O. theme -- Pi Alph princess to be crowned -- Pi Kap schedules Christmas formal -- Peace on earth -- Can you keep Christmas -- Christmas tree replaces 7-foot lady in rotunda of Administration Building / Bill Stinchcomb -- Senior, junior, soph, frosh all say 'okay' to dormitories / Ann Earp -- Institute party features Santa -- Kappa Pi members to display paintings -- Art faculty attends Alpha Omega dinner -- The sports clock / Al Alvarez -- Bills overpower Shockers, 71-45 -- Club to present program January 14 -- Shockers post 84-58 win over New Mexico U. quints -- Women's rifle team to meet -- Volleyball play closes tonight -- G.I. accounts close January 8 -- German receives Downing award -- Shocker cage aggregation begins second leg of coast invasion -- Coed musicians now Band-Aides -- Former instructor to address students -- Paper to run classified ads -- 5 one-act plays set for January 10 -- Debaters fete guests Friday -- Taps shoeless toe -- Italian language course offered -- London director conducts here
Photograph(s): Women's Residence Hall: Architect's sketches of the proposed women's residence hall for the University were released this week. The photo at right shows the exterior of the hall. At left is a picture of the living room. The dormitory will be located east of the Delta Omega Sorority House. p. 1 -- It's cold outside: University students found the recently built ROTC bus shelter located at Seventeenth and Hillside a real haven during the recent cold wave. p. 1 -- Sharpshooter returns: Jim McNerney. p. 7
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