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Vol. 26, No. 99
Thursdoy, July 26, 1956
Thursday, July H LB '
"Trends in Today's Living" Rtogram on table decoration with Mrs.
Hagan, 4 p.m. Union Parlors1!? and C.
Saturday, July 28. '
University Theater production of "The "Tempest," 8 p.m. in Pine
wood Bowl, Pioneer Park.
Sunday; July 29.
Movie, "The Lavender Hill Mob," 7:30 p.m., Union Ballroom.
"The Tempest" at Pinewood Bowl."
Monday, July, 30,
' Opening of the Reading in Secondary Schools Clinic..
Tuesday, July 31, ,
Union Bridge Tournament, 4 pm., Union. Parlors ABC.
Reading Clinic. . ,
Friday, August 3,
Summer Graduation, 7 p.m. East Stadium.
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335 To Receive Degrees
Approximately 335 students will
receive regular and advanced de
grees at the University Summer
Commencement, to be held Aug.
3 at 7 p.m. in outdoor ceremon
ies in front of the East Stadium.
Commencement speaker will be
Dr. Donald Typer, president of
Doane College at Crete since Sep
Chancellor Clifford Hardin will
preside and confer degrees, and
the Msgr. George Schuster, pastor
land, France, Holland, Germany,
and Belgium on the educational
staff for Allied Forces:
In 1947, he was appointed con
sultant on student activities and
youth organizations on General
MacArthur's staff in Tokyo. And
for the next four- years he worked
with the Ministry of Education
throughout Japan in its efforts to
reorganize along democratic lines.
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of Catholic students at the Uni
versity, will give the invocation
arvd benediction. .
Jack Anderson, formerly of Lin
coln and nowji faculty member
of Wichita, Kan., University, will
sing The National Anthem and
"The Song of Pilgrims" by Wi!
. Why reading is a problem and
how to develop a reading program
in secondary schools will be dis
cussed in a .clinic Monday and
Tuesday at the University.
Dr. Gertrude Stearns, associate
director of high school and college
reading center, at Boston Univer
sity, will conduct the clinic.
Monday 10; 20-noon, demon
stration of reading techniques. Uni
versity High School: 1:30-2 o.m..
'What Every Secondary School
Educator Should Know About Read
ing Improvement at the High
School Level," Room 103, Burnett
Chancellor Clifford Hardin was
"very favorably impressed" with
the work he saw being done in
Turkey, he said on his return from
a tworweek stay in Turkey.
Dr. Hardin visited Ataturk Uni
versity in Turkey at the invitation
of the Turkish minister of educa
tion. A team from the University, head
ed by Dr. Marvel Baker, former
assistant director of agricultural
extension, is working in Turkey
for the establishment of a land
grant university in Turkey pat
terned after Nebraska.
"General outlines for the uni
versity have been determined
and general specification for the
buildings are being drawn up,"
' "They are now conducting a na
tional competition to select the
architect for the final plans. A
panel of judges -has been set up
to judge, the designs submitted,"
University "at Erzurum, is being
somewhat similar to that of the
University of Colorado at Boulder.
The university has acquired 8500
acres in a broad valley between
the mountain ranges, he explained.
Actual construction wofk is ex
pected to be started in the fall and
it is hoped that a few classes may
Returns From Two-Week Visit
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Courtqp y Sunday Joumitl and Star
organ and the
ory, will play
lon before and
after c o m
m i no eoient
ative of t b e
graduating class, will introduce Dr.
Typer, who before assuming the
served for three years in Wash
ington, D. C, as chief of the work
study training section of the tech
nical assistance division of the
Foreijra Operations Administra
tion. Dr. Typer lias traveled wkfly.
Frcwa 1H3-45, be served ta Etsg-
Students whe purckased 1956
Crnhndkers and have mrt yet
picked them up should d t im-
mdiately. The Cornbusker effice
in the Unia basement will be
pen frem It .34 a.m. ( 7 p.m.
Hall; and 3-4 p.m., "What to Use
in Developing a High School Read
ing Program," Room 108, Burnett
Tuesday 10:30-noon, demon
stration of reading techniques. Uni
versity High School; 1:30-2. p.m.,
"How to Do It: Action Plans for
Developing Secondary School
Reading Programs": and 3-4 o.m..
panel discussion on "We Tried It
Experiences and Problems ki
Developing Secondary School Read
Members of the aanel discussion
will be: Rkhard Short, assistant
principal of Grand Island Kinh
School; Dajrtoa Rathrock, former
superintendent ,ol Gresham Public
Schools; Mrs. Fannse Ellnger of
Lincoln Public Schools: n& Dr.
The University Theater Produc
tion of "The Tempest" by William
Shakespeare, will be presented Sat
urday and Sunday nights at !
p.m. at the Pinewood Bowl in Pio
"This is a delightful tale of clear
eyed Miranda and her Prince
Charming, of Prospero and his
dazzling sleight of hand and of
crooked things becoming straight,
told in scenes full of mirth and
melody." according to Alfred Har
barger, editor of the script.
Everything including a wreck.
two attempted assassinations and
several interludes of singing and
dancing occurs in a few hours
space on one afternoon.
Cast members are John Thomp
son, Alan so. King of Naples; Ron
Kenney. Sebastian, his brother:
Jerry Carlson, Prospero, the right
uusce oi Milan; Robert Morrison;
Antonio, his brother: Noel Schoen-
rock, Gonzalo, an honest concillor;
Doris Ann Growcock. Miranda.
daughter of Prospero; Bonna Te
bo, Ariel, an airy sprite.
Others are Don Montgomery. Cal
iban, b savage slave: Dale Drake.
Trine ulo, a Jester; Joe Hill, Steph
no, a drunken butler; John Sc hep
man. Adrian, a lord: D. R. Wishes.
Boatswain: Virr'mS Ifaha m n A
Cbristiae Philips, spirits. (
Chancellor and Mrs. Hardin
are greeted by their famiy as
they arrive at the airport from
the trip to Turkey. Mrs. Hardin,
who accompanied her hucband
on the trip said that the Turkish
women are well-educated and
be started in 1957, but probably a
full scale program cannot begin
until 1958, Dr. Hardin said.
While in Turkey, Dr. Hardin had
a short visit with Celal Bayar, the
president of Turkey.
"He told me that when Ataturk
was alive they had discussed a uni
versity in eastern Turkey, but it
had been delayed by the war. He
was very happy that it was finally
going to be a reality," Hardin said.
He explained that the Nebraska
staff in Ankara hs two major re
sponsibilities. One is the Dlanninz
of the new Ataturk University, and
the other is helping with the in
structional program at Ankara.
"I was very pleased with the
work of our staff, they seem to
Chancellor and Mrs. Clifford M.
Hardin held a reception for all Uni
versity Summer Sessions sindenls
Wednesday at the Union.
The cet-aeonalnted reception
the first held for summer school
students followed a lolnt recital
by Miss Elizabeth Wiaslow of New
York City and Waiter Caniacer f
KnoiriUe, Tenn., at the Union.
Chancellor Hardin and his wife
returned to Lincoln Monday eve
ning after a three-week trin la
very much more progresive in
the larger cities. She noted that
she did see a few still wearing
veils. The Hardin children, each
receiving a gift from Turkey
are (left to right) Cindy, Sue
Nancy and Clifford, Jr.
ing in industry, agriculture and
"They are looking tothe west for
their ideas," he explained.
In this connection, he pointed
out that there are presently 32
teachers and scholars from the
University of Ankara in this coun
try doing additional work; and all
of them have Ph. D degrees, he
Most of these are now connected
with the University and are livi.i
in Lincoln," he explained.
Present plans are for Ataturk
University to be composed of three
colleges a College of Letters
and Sciences, a College of .Engi
neering and Architecture, and a
College of Agriculture.
In addition to the three colleges,
the Nebraska study group has
recommended the following all-university
service divisions: librarv.
health, physical education, student
atlairs, buildings and grounds, and
bare made remarkable uroz.-ess in
a short time. They enjoyed the
most cordial of relations with
their Turkish . counterparts." he
Hardin also said that he was
favorably impressed with th: 'pro
gress tt Turkish people are mak-
Mrs. Hagan To Talk
"Centerpieces for Special
Events" win be discussed by Mrs.
Arthur Hagan of the University
Club, Lincoln, at the Union Thurs
of Nebraska's Student Union Thurs
day at 4 p.m.
This will be the last In the
grams sponsored by the Union en
titled 'Trends in Today's Liv
Mrs. Hagan Is one of Lincoln
authorities on table decorations
and is now writing a book ou thm -subject.
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