The Sunflower, v.51, no.12 (December 20, 1945)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.51, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 20, 1945. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Final examinations scheduled for January 14-18 inclusive -- ROTC men get ratings -- "Boots, boots, boots, boots moving up and down again" -- Former faculty members return -- Bob Peter's poem wins recognition -- S. Montague is lecturer -- Speech professors attend convention -- Vacation begins tomorrow; continues till January 3 -- $75 realized from review -- Different spirit prevails for ex-GI this Christmas -- Bond award to be made -- Happy Yuletide for all -- Park your plane, mister? -- They went after it -- Grad gossip -- Displays depict Christmas story -- Typed on a Wednesday / Robert Levey -- Organization holiday dances highlight Christmas season -- Roundabout the campus -- Dance techniques to be presented -- Freshman students must take entrance examinations -- W.U. debate squad to attend tourney -- Yule party fetes logopedics group -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh -- Shockers meet Northwestern State College here January 3 -- Independents have volleyball lead -- Binford, Davis to St. Louis -- "Sad Sacks" in lead again
Photograph(s): Campus Queen: Dorothy Hodgson. p. 1 -- Pictured above are members of the Shocker varsity basketball squad who are to return tonight from their two-day cage trip. Front row, from left to right are: Keith Oliver, Harold Beal, Brice Durbin, and Linwood Sexton. Back row: Bob Hudgins, Virgil Parker, Coach Binford, Harry Barnthouse and Joe Krafels. Not pictured are: Forest Fouts, Dick McClintock, Dan Scott, Elvin Baughn and Keith Lusk. p. 6
Newspaper mislabeled as Vol. XLXI.