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The Summer Nebraskan
Thursday, June 20, 1957
This Week On Campus
Clinic : Design far Successful
Teaching of Moral and Spiritual
Values 12:00-1:45; Parlors A and
B of the Union; 2::0O-3:15, Love
Film shorts "A World Is Born"
11:45-12:30; Main Lounge of the
Around the World in Color "My
Lady Takes a Safari" by Mrs.
Dave Bize 4:00; Room 313 and 316
of the Union.
All-State recital 7:30; Ballroom.
All-State party 9:00; Ballroom.
All-State ensemble concert 3
Movie "The Student Prince" 7
Elementary Ed. Club luncheon
World Affairs Preview: Speaker
Mr. Gerald Windt 2:00-3:15;
All-State recital 7:30; Ballroom.
Pi Lambda Theta luncheon 12:00.
Phi Delta Kappa luncheon 12:00.
Union bridge lessons 4.00; Room
315 of the Union.
Ray Metres, school and college
director of the United Airlines at
Chicago, will meet with the Air
Age Workshop Friday from 10
to 12 a.m. "'and from 2 to 4 p.m. in
the Love Library Auditorium, ac
cording to Frank Sorensen, sum
mer sessions director.
He will discuss the topics, "Air
lines Serve The United States" and
"Instructional Materials for the
Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m. the
Air Age Education department will
sponsor an Omaha Air, Tour. Stu
dents may contact the Air Educa
tion office for reservations.
Fraternity. Sorority, & Organization
Letterheads . . . Letters . . . News
bulletins . . . Booklets . . . Program
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Union handicraft lessons
Craft shop of Union.
All-State band and chorus 7:30:
All-State plays 8:30; Howell
Union Artists Series presents
"The Irish Players" 8:00; Ball
room. Omaha Air Tour 1:00-5:00; NE
Moral Values Clink
To Open Thursday
Scheduled Aug. 4
"Graphic Art For Young Collec
tors," a collection of original prints
by French and European artists,
will be shown pt the University Art
Galleries in Morrill Hall through
Among the artists included in the
collection are Pierre Bonnard,
Georges Braque, J.B.C. Corot,
Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Aris
tide Maillol, Ksnri Matisse, Pablo
P.icasso, Georges Roualt, and
James A. Whistler.
The prints have been made
through Ferdinant Roten of Balti
The third annual clinic for the
Design for Successful Teaching of
Moral and Spiritual Values meets
Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Love
Library auditorium. Principal
speaker will be Earl W. Wiltse,
superintendent of schools" in Grand
According to Dr. Frank Soren
son, director of summer sessions,
this years meeting will concentrate
on actual successful programs in
the teaching of moral and spiritual
values in schools and communities.
Earlier programs in the series
have dealt with issues which
evolve when towns consider the re
lationships which should exist be
tween religion and education, he
Sorenson added - that though the
meeting is open to the public, it
should be of special interest to
teachers, administrators and re
The clinic will conclude with a
discussion by a panel consisting of
K. C. Patterson, adjutant of the
local American Legion; William
Schindler, consultant in school ad
ministration of the Nebraska 1 De
partment of Education; and Carol
Lemon, secretary' of the Nebraska
Council of Churches. Erwin Gold
enstein, professor in the Univer
sities Teachers College, will be
chairman of the group.
The clinic is being sponsored by
the summer sessions office, ac
cording to Sorensen.
The movie, "The Student
Prince", will be shown Sunday at
7:30 p.m. in the Union Ballroom,
according to Bob Handy, Union
Admission is free.
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