The Sunflower, v.67, no.23 (December 14, 1962)

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1962-12-14
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 14, 1962. - 6 pages

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Article(s): SGA to pose NSA question -- Madrigal Yule concert Dec. 18 to feature European carols -- WU debaters capture 2nd in tourney -- New staff needed: Sunflower positions available -- Rhodes grant meeting held -- 6 European students describe Christmas customs -- Editorial views: Dangerous journalism -- Performance of 4 groups: Music school Christmas concert described as "highly successful" / Grace McIlvain -- The readers speak / Dan Tontz -- WU high in receipt of NSF grants -- WU to host forensic meet -- Times and tides: Business outlook shows promise / Kaye Wilson -- Clothes for Algerian refugees to be collected on campus -- Pre-enrollment ends Dec. 20 -- KMUW launches into 13th year of broadcasting -- Mikrokosmos grows in five years of life as WU literary magazine -- Business frat to sponsor party, dance -- Shocker sideline slants / Larry Dean -- Cue stick awarded to WU champ -- YMCA, CAC to sponsor trips to Breckenridge Inn ski lodge -- Between the book ends -- Around the campus -- Faculty contributions published in journal -- Spanish Club to present play
Photograph(s): Madrigal singers Donna Cypret, Irl German, Milly Wolcott, and Claud Powell rehearse for Tuesday's concert. p. 1 -- Telling Christmas tales are, on the back row, Erik Almskog, Elaine Van Stichel, Angela Carillo, Tuula Sihvola ; front row, Leo Rycken and Sophokles Anthimides. p. 1 -- Top military students: Distinguished military students for 1962 are Cadet Col. Maynard Eaves, Cadet Lt. Col. Bernard Verdier, Cadet Capt. James Duffield, and Cadet Capt. Gary Moore. p. 5 -- Which piñata shall we break?, is the question in the minds of Chuck and Nicky Savaiano, Nancy Cress, and Tony Savaiano. p. 6
"WU Rated High In NSF Grants See Page 3"
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