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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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The topic for the second "'World
Trouble Spot Forum" scheduled
today will be "Asia."
The discussion will be held at
2 p.m. in Love Library Auditori
um. The area and its oacsgrouna,
problems and future will be dis
cussed by three members of the
University faculty from the depart
ments of economics, poltical sci
ence and geography. The program
is an outgrowth of 13 radio pro
grams which were previously
produced by the University.
Members of the panel are Col
bert Held, assistant professor of
geography; Carl Schneider, asso
ciate professor of political science,
and Wallace Peterson, assistant
professor of economics. Jack Mc
Bride, assistant television director,
is in charge of the series.
McBride said that since there
were only two times set aside for
the forums, the .opics, of neces
sity, are quite broad in t h e i r
.The panel members will eacli
discuss the phase of the problem
with which they are familiar.
The topic of the first "Trc ble
Spot Forum" was "Europe.
World Seems Better1; '.
Teacher Role Threefold
By ROGER WAIT
Editors note: This is one of the
last articles in The Summer Ne.
braskan's ""personality" series.
Although 1 don't claim to be an
expert" on current Russian foreign
policy, a visiting professor in his
tory said in a Summer Nebraskan
interview Wednesday, Tra very
happy that things seem to be look
ing better and more favorable far
bringing about a degree of har
mony" between Communism and
Dr. Samuel Baron, who special
izes in Russian history, said that
the current Russian situation is
"in many ways similar to" the So
viet situation in 192J-1923. A re
cently concluded world war, "'a
great degree of disorganization and
popular unrest in various parts of
the world" were cited by the Rus
sian specialist as similarities.
Baron, who will replace Dr. A.T.
Anderson for one year while the
latter is it Turkey, continued:
"Now a considerable degree cf sta
bility is at hand." "We may now
be entering a time of a policy of
live and let live," he added. -
This policy. Dr. Baron said, -nay
be "to the advantage of the West."
He said it would give the West
"time to set in order those prob
lems which provide the soil in
which Communism seems to flourish."
Baron listed two major prob
lems: the iquidation of colonial
ism and the unsatisfactory social
and economic conditions in such
countries as France and Italy."
Dr. Baron studied at the Russian
Institute at Columbia University
for two years, receiving his M.A.
degree from that institution in 1948.
He took his Ph. D. degree in 1952
A 1942 graduate of Cornell Uni
versity where he majored in bot-
MU Budget ...
(ConL from Page 1)
increase of $147,876; Agricultural
Expsriment Station, $1,180,629, an
increase of $212,433; College of
Arts and Sciences, $1,142,643, an
increase of $35,644; Buildings and
Grounds, $1,133,754, an increase of
$(18,410; and general University
services, $1,024,246, an increase of
The budget revenue comes from
$0,800,000 in state funds; $1,205,
809, in federal funds; $1,415,010, in
cash funds, which are mainly stu
dent fees; and $150,000 from Ne
braska counties which send indi
gent patients to University Hospi
tal at Omaha.
The Board also appropriated an
ticipated income of $5,494,800 from
self-supporting enterprises to meet
anticipated expenses. These enter
prises include such agencies as
the dormitories, cafeterias, inter
collegiate athletics, and sales of
any. Baron served in the Army in
World War II, rising to the rank
of captain. He has taught at the
University of Missouri, Northwest
ern University and the University
of Tennessee, where he met his
wife. She was an associate profes
sor of home economics there. They
have two daughters.
Born and raised in New York.
Baron referred to himself as a
"converted, country boy."
The first function or role of a
teacher is to convey to students
something about their cultural her
itage," he said. The second one.
Baron went on, is ""to give them a
background to enable them to un
derstand better the world in which
they live." The third function of a
teacher of history, Baron said, is
to develop in students the "critical
faculties necessary for a citizen
of a democracy "
A university teacher, he contin
ued, may also help to "push back
the frontiers of knowledge through
original research." His teaching
may be "enriched and improved if
he is engaged in original research.
The teacher of history in secon
dary schools, he said, need not
do as much research as a univer
sity history professor. But, be as
serted, high school teachers, ca.
"by doing reading in their subjects,
enrich their own knowledge and
understanding to be better teachers."
In orfler to be a good teacher.
Baron said, one must have thorough
knowledge of "subject matter,
great interest and enthusiasm for
it, and desire to convey it."
"Brief Interlude" will be shown
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Union
Ballroom as part of the Uiion's
free movie series.
The Swedish film stars Maj
Britt-Nilsson, Birger Malmsten and
Alf KjeHin. It is directed by Ing
mar Bergman and features scenes
from Tchaikovsky's ballet, 'L
Lac des Cygnes."
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Lambda Theta will hold a
noon luncheon meeting Wednesday
ir Ellen Smith Hall.
Reservations can be made by
calling University extension 133.
"'Famous Fish I Have met
"Fishing Thrills" and "Fishing
Fun" a-e the topics of today's sport
reels which begin in the Union
Lounge at 11:45 a.m.
Next week's sport reels will be
the ""1955 Orange Bowl Parade
and Game" in color. Nebraska
played Duke in the New Year'
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