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The Summer NIebraskan
Thursday, June 13, ! 957
This Week On Campus
Film shorts: Nebraska football of 195t 11:45 12:30 Union Lounge.
Boys State and Girls State dance 3:30-5:30 Union Ballroom.
Classes will be in session.
Qualifying exams for advanced students in education.
Boys State ends.
All State picnic 4 p.m. Catpital Beach.
Girls State Banquet Ballroom.
All State open rehearsal 3 p.m. Ballroom.
Ogden Utah Boys Chorus and Trumpet Choir 7:30 Ballroom.
Movie "The Great Caruso" following concert.
Girls State ends.
Elementry Ed Club luncheon 12 noon.
Secondary Ed Club luncheon 12 noon.
Talks and Topics, Dr. Emerson Jones on "Atomic Energy 4 p.m.
All State Student Recital 7:30 Ballroom.
Special convocation "Bill of Rights for Athletes," Dr. Donald
O'Donague 1 p.m. Love Library Auditorium.
Pi Lamda Theta Luncheon 12 noon.
Phix Delta Kappa Luncheon 12 noon.
Union Bridge Lessons 4 p.m. Union 315.
Union Handicraft Lessons 7-9 p.m.
All State recital 7:30 Ballroom.
Union Artists series "Stecher-Horowitz Piano Duo 8 p.m. Ballroom.
Coffee Hour 9 p.m. Main Lounge.
Omaha Air Tour 1-5 p.m. Lincoln Air Port.
Handicraft LGSSOnS Apartments Available ! Park Apartments for full-time
I 1UIIUKIUII LCMUII) r , married students w thout rhilHron.
There are still a few one -bed- Apply at 201 Administration
room units available in University i Building.
Verna Snell, occupational thera
pist at the State Hospital, wil
present a series of handicraft les
s every Tuesday and Thursday
night at the Union Craft Shop, ac
cording to Bob Handy, Union ac
Copper enameling, copper tool
ing, leather craft and basket weav
ing will be offered, he said.
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Established 191t ssrTing ths Mis
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A workshop for in-school teach
ing by television will be held at
the University from June 17 to 28,
according to Niels Wodder, super
visor. The workshop is in part financed
by the National Association of Ed
ucational Broadcasters, according
The workshop will analyze the
proper role of educational televi
sion, instruct supervisors from
small supervisors from small high
schools in the methods utilizing
the facilties and develop guides to
follow during the teaching year, he
The television correspondence
program was made possible by a
grant of $155,050 from the Fund
for the Advancement of Education.
The first week of the workshop
by guest speakers ani workshop
resource peronnel, according to
The staff and faculty of the Uni
versity and the State Department
of Education, the staff of the Uni
versity station KUON-TV, the
teachers of television courses and
the staffs of schools participating
in last year's programs will pro
During the second week, parti
cipants will receive special orien
tation by the same pecple con
cerning the duties of the supervi
sor in the television-correspondence
There will be a special session
held to develop an understanding
teaching method, Wodden said.
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