The Sunflower, v.60, no.24 (December 13, 1955)

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1955-12-13
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1955. - 4 pages

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Article(s): WU women hold top grades -- Parnassus Queen deadline Friday -- YW to hold chat sessions -- Yule convo this week -- Offices to follow holiday schedule -- Recorded tidings sent to Borneo -- Men!: Dance class faces trouble -- Prof to give violin concert -- Speech students compete Thursday -- Chem department adds infra-red lab equipment -- Sunflower staff jobs open to second semester students -- Music school plans second TV performance Thursday -- Shockers down Missouri club to win first road game, 74-57 -- Frosh bring height to WU cage game -- 6 teams in v-ball meet -- Unforeseen headaches -- 'Madwoman': Play presented effectively / Don Rude -- Air society tours New York area -- New courses added in BA -- Students slow to pre-enroll -- Foreign films to be shown -- Food classes slate coffee -- Sociology honorary initiates 4 here -- Debt discussed
Photograph(s): Three University students Delmas Howe, Fine Arts junior; [illegible] Mood, Fine Arts sophomore; and Ann Smold, Education sophomore, are going through pre-registration procedures, assisted by Mrs. Paula Underwood, clerk in the Registrar's Office. The waiting line this semester is somewhat shorter than the pre-registration line of last year. By pre-registering, students can get the classes they want at the time they want them Dr. Worth A. Fletcher, registrar, said. / photo by Jerry Rector. p. 1
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