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Thursdoy, July 12, 1956
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"An Appraisal of Education To
day" is the theme of the Univer
sity Summer Sessions Teachers
College conference being held
Wednesday and Thursday.
Guest lecturers for the two-day
meeting are Lucile Lindberg, pro
fessor of education at Queens Col
lege, Flushing, N. Y.; George An
derson, associate executive secre
tary of the American Association
for Health, Physical Education and
Recreation; and Harry Bard, as
sistant director of the Secondary
Curriculum Bureau, Baltimore
Public Schools, Md.
Other speakers are Merle Stone
man, University professor of school
administration, and Frank E.
Henzlik, dean of Teachers College.
Observers on hand for the con
ference include Wayne Reed, as
sistant commissioner of education,
U.S. Office of Education; Maurice
cussion of "Administrators' and
Teachers Discover Their Commu
nities" by school superintendents
from the four towns participating
in the Nebraska Community Edu
They are Howard Bruner, Mul
len; D. W. Frazer, York; Donald
Craig, Syracuse, and O. J. Wey
mouth, Sidney. Also taking part
were Dale Hayes of the University,
assistant director of the project.
Reed commented on the discussion.
Anderson spoke at the opening
session Thursday morning on "The
School's Responsibility for the
Health and Physical Develop.nent
of Children and Youth."
Bard discussed "The School s Re
sponsibility for Citizenship Train
ing." There was a. panel discussion of
"Appropriate Instructional Re-
Mitchell, president of Encyclope- jMeiertjejiry associate professor of
school administration and of his
tory and principals of education,
Cornhuskers Keep Busy,
Keep In Condition, Too
3i Rritannica Films. Inc.: and
Gordon Samson, specialist, Educa
tional Policies Commission.
The Educational Policies Com
mission is co-operating with Teach-
Curtrw 59 tmS Sum
Aalersea Miss Lindberg
ers College in sportsoring the con
ference. AH meetings are beld at
Miss Lindberg opened the confer
ence speaking on "The Most Suc
cessful Sdhooi Programs I Have
Known" Wednesday. Dr. Stone
man discussed "The Most Func
tional School Buildings I Hive
Known" at 2 p. in.
"Effective laboratory Schools
lor Today" was the theme f a
p a a e ! discussion. Participating
were Dr. Elarle Wiltse, Grand
Island superentenflertt of sdbools,
chairmen; Madison Bnewer. chair
main of the University Department '
J Elementary Education; Norman ;
Thorpe, principal. University High :
School; and Miss Lindberg. Reed
commented en Che discussion. j
The dinner session featured a dis-'
chairman; Leroy Ortgiesen, co
ordinator of school visitation and
director of secondary education,
Nebraska Department of Educa
tes; James RuUedge, supervisor
of natural sciences, University
High School; and Robert Stepp,
supervisor of the University Bu
reau of Audio-Visual Instruction.
Dean Henzlik discussed "New
Developments in the Training of
Teachers and School Administrat
ors"' at the luncheon.
Conference members will divide
Union To Present
'Home Of Brave'
"'Home of She Brave" starring
Jeff Corey, , Frank L-ovejoy and
Lloyd Bridges wiQ be shows Sun
day might at 7 36 p.aa. in the Union
A sensitive, educated Negro's war
time problems essentially the du
plicate 4 Ms peacetime problems
4tre pointed up an a flash -back of
Ids life and primarily tf bis war
time aSwentnres wni four white
soldiers an a dangerous reconnais
sance mission on a 5aa-lield island.
Admission is free, but I. O. .
must be shown.
Air Tours Planned
Air Tours to Omaha will be
held every Wednesday afternoon,
leaving at 12 noon.
The group will eat at the Hay
den House in Omaha and tour var
ious points of interest including
the Weather Bureau and the Ob
Arrangements should be made
with the Air-Age office, room 290
A. Teachers College. The cost is
Varying occupations are keeping
the University Cornhuskers busy
during the summer months and for
the most part, in condition.
Don Hinkle, sophomore guard
from Beaver City, is serving as a
life guard at Arapahoe. He has
saved two from drowning thus far.
Jack Fleming, senior tackle is
working fin the oil fields near his
home n Kimball. Jerry Petersen,
junior tackle from Cambridge, is
in summer school and working at
the stadium in the afternoons.
Larry Jones, junior guard from
Sidney, has been working as a
junior geologist, with an oil com
pany and is spending six weeks
in ROTC damp at Fart Riley, Kan
sas. Gene Sandage. juniot end, is
unloading pipe for a plumbing
company at Sioux Cny, la. He also
is playing Softball in a city recrea
Don Rhoda, junior tackle from
York, is keeping in shape on his
siajTe farm near Geneva. Melvin
into nine groups Thursday after- .omore tackle, is in
noon to discuss "How Effective is construction work at Kearney.
Needs of Pupils, In Meeting the George Rarshman, junior juar-j
Our Teaching la Meeting the
Needs of the Community, In Meet
ing the Requirements of Our State
The S p.m. dinner session will
feature a discussion of "How to
Strengthen eur Teacher Organiza
tion'" led by Samson.
terback, is working on the loading
docks of a glass corporation at
ponnellsville, . Pa,
Leo George, junior halfback, is
working as a barber at Wilkes
Barre, Pa. Howard McVay, sopho
more end, is following the harvest
and then will return to his home
Bob Borguin, senior center from
Sioux Falls, S. D., is doing ground
work for a power company.
Bill Edwards, junior end, is
doing carpenter work at Wahoo.
Guy Sapp sophomore center, is in
recreation work at. the state hos
pital, helping handl; the athletic
Roy Stinnett, sophomore quarter
back, is doing concrete and steel
work in Lincoln. Michael Lee,
sophomore end from Grand Island,
is in construction work near his
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