The Sunflower, v.67, no.21 (December 7, 1962)

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1962-12-07
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, December 7, 1962. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Governor recommends inclusion 'as is': Policy statement reaffirms re-election campaign stand -- Motion to abolish walkouts defeated by Congress, 17-9 / Mary Jane Dunlap -- Pronko receives fellowship to teach in Haifa, Israel -- British Embassy expert discusses Soviet affairs -- Regents accept chapel plans; Location - east of old library -- Editorial views: Thanks, Governor -- 10 debaters enter tourney at Winfield -- Gift ideas to be presented at Kappa Pi 'Christmas Fair' -- Institute to sponsor speaker -- Spanish Club to present holiday play -- Yule scholarship donations due -- Remember your budget: Gift suggestions for coeds include jewelry, sweaters -- Kappa Delta Pi initiates 20 new members -- Business frat initiates 22 -- 5 veterans lead Shock cagers against Perdue -- Engineering department gets grant -- Wichita opens home season in Purdue clash tomorrow -- 15 shopping days: Coeds, unknit your brows; Yule gifts are everywhere -- YWCA to host foreign students at Christmas party -- 'Ideas in Action' to air music hour -- Baha'is to meet in CAC tomorrow
Photograph(s): Dr. N. H. Pronko. p. 1 -- Thomas Brimelow, British Embassy member, is shown talking with Jean Epp, Liberal Arts junior, and David Nelson, Liberal Arts senior, after his speech to political science students last Tuesday. p. 1 -- Preliminary plans for the Harvey D. Grace Chapel, to be built directly east of Morrison Hall, were accepted at the last monthly meeting of the University Board of Regents. p. 1 -- Admiring some of the objects to be displayed at the Kappa Pi "Art Fair" Dec. 8-9 are Elizabeth Warren, Marcia Curry, president of Kappa Pi; and Linda Mattingly. p. 3 -- What's her favorite color?, asks a sales clerk of Gary Kuhn, engineering senior, as she tries to help him decide upon a gift for a member of the opposite sex. p. 4 -- Stallworth, Moore, Durham, Kelley, Kittiko. p. 6 -- Mel Garland. p. 7 -- Early bird Christmas shopper, Jeanie Kauffman, education sophomore, looks at men's sweaters which were suggested by the clerk as a male gift favorite. p. 8
"Christmas Gift Suggestions See Pages 3, 8"
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