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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1956)
Thursday, June 14, 1956
Outstanding guest lecturers will
be a special feature of the Univer
sity Summer Se sis ions opening
More than 3000 students are ex
pected to register for the four, six
and eight week sessions. Registra
tion was held Wednesday.
Heading the list of guest lectur
ers are speakers for the National
Affairs Preview and the World
Herbert Prochnow, deputy under
secretary of state for economic af
fairs, will speak at the National
Affairs Preview to he held Monday,
June 15. Frank Porter Graham,
United Nations representative for
India and Pakistan, will be the
speaker at the World Affairs Pre
view on July 9.
Jerome Nathanson, chairman of
the board of leaders of the New
York Society for Ethical Culture,
will be the lecturer for the Clinic
on Religion and Public Education
scheduled for Thursday, June 21.
Special emphasis will be placed
on air age education during the
last two weeks in June. The guest
speakers and dates of their lec
tures are: George Gardner, ecu
cation director, Pan American
World Airways, (Monday, June
18) ; Ray Mertes, director of school
and college services, United Air
Lines, (Tuesday, June 26); and
John Furbay, director of air world
ecucation, Trans World Airways,
(Thursday, June 28).
Two clinics on visual education
h?ve been scheduled for the Mo
tion Picture Association of Ameri
ca, will be on the campus for lec
tures Tuesday, July 3.
Maurice B. Mitchell, president of
Encylppedia Britannica Films,
Inc., will be here from July 11
Walter Cocking, editor of the
School Executive, will take part
In the Nebraska Community Edu
cation Conference to be held the
last week in June. He is a former
member of the science advisory
committee of the National Re
sources Planning Board.
Science education in (he. ele
mentary school will be empha
sized at a two-day meeting, July
19 to 21. Speaker will be Gerald
Craig, professor of secondary edu
cation at Columbia University
Two former Nebraskans, Wayne
Reed and Royce Knapp, will speak
at conferences in July.
Reed, assistant commissioner of
education for the U.S. Office of
Education, will speak at the Teach
ers College Conference July 11
and 12. ...
Bridge lessons will be available
for summer session students be
ginning Tuesday at 4 p.m. in
Parlors A and B of the Union, ac
cording to Bob Handy, director of
The lessons, sponsored by the
Union, will be given free of charge
Any summer session students
interested in working in Union
activities may contact Bob
Handy in the Union activities
office, first floor of the Union.
Tuesday's lesson will be the first
of five scheduled.
Subsequent lessons are sched
uled for June 26, July 10, July 17
and July 24. All lessons will be
at 4 p.m. in Parlors A andB.
James Porter, associate profes
sor of architecture at the Univer
sity, will conduct the lessons. Por
ter also conducts the bridge les
sons through out the regular session.
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Union Plans Craft Shops
Each Tuesday and Thursday eve
ning throughout the summer ses
sion will be "Handicraft Night" at
the Union, according to Bob . Han
dy, director of Union activities.
Tuesday at 7 p.m. the first les
son and work , period will be held
in the Union basement under the
direction of Mrs. Robert Nelson,
instructor of handicrafts for the
Mrs. Nelson is a physical thera
pist at Lincoln Orthopedic Hospi
tal. The first Tuesday will be spent
explaining and demonstrating va
rious crafts and designs used in de
signing and making objects, Handy
There will be no charge for use
of tools and most materials will
be provided, he said. If a project
requires some material from a
downtown store, the student will be
expected to purchase it, he added.
The craft shop is located in
Room 21 of the Union basement.
Handicraft lessons are scheduled
for June 26, July 10, 7 and 24; craft
shop sessions are scheduled for
June 21, 28, and July 12 and 19.
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