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Teacher of Year
Joins Summer Staff
Those who have never sat
in a foursome of bridge will
have the opportunity to get
professional instruction this
Jack Timmons will teach
beginners each Tuesday aft
ernoon at 4 p.m. beginning
June 16th. Lessons for ad
vanced students will begin at
Lessons will be held in"
room 315 of the Student Un
ion. Anv summer sessions
student or staff member may
take the free lessons. Inter
ested persons should sign up
in the Union activities office
Timmons is a graduate stu
dent in political science work
ing on his masters degree.
He taught bridge in service
clubs throughout the country
and Germany while he was
in the Air Force.
A bridge tournament will
climax the summer and tro
phies will be awarded the
The University of Nebraska
Teachers College is offering
this summer for the first
time three short-term work
shop seminars in education
for elementary and secondary
school leaders and physical
The new program, which
will be given from June 22
to July 10, is being offered
in response to requests from
principals, supervisors and
other educators engaged in
The seminar for elementary
school principals will be di
rected by Prof. Caleb Bucher
of the Milton J. Brecht School
in Lancaster, Pa.
The seminar for secondary
school principals and super
visors will be conducted by
Dr. Leo P. Black, assistant
commissioner of education
for Colorado and former as
sistant commissioner for Ne
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Dr. Doris O'Donnell, asso-
Among the outstanding
visitors to the campus this
summer is Eugene Guy Biz
fell, 1957 Teacher of the Year.
The Austin, Tex. educator is
teaching American literature
and senior composition
classes at University High
School and serving as a con
sultant and adviser for the
summer session program. His
classes are being used for
demonstration purposes for
Since 1935 Bizzell has been
teaching high school courses
in English and speech.
Bizzell was the recipient of
Austin's Scarbrough award
for excellence in teaching in
1956 and in 1P57 he received
McCall's Teacher of the Year
Other visiting staff mem
College of Agriculture
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University of Southern California.
vocational Education Aiirea n. irrrs.
University of Illinois; Rowan E. Elliff,
College of AHs ana Sciences
College; Herbert Meyer, Concordia Col
f:.nr..nV. PHuurrt s. Simoson.
tieoiogy bugeee .1. szmuc, item
History James A. names, jemi'ie
University; Donald Ziegler, Carroll Col
lege Mathematics Gary H. Melsters, Duke
Physics WUlard A. Gaeddert, Park
College. . ... ,
Political Science Hah Miwa. Uni
versity of Missouri.
University Art Galleries Mrs. Betty
Sieler. Kansas State College.
Music Mel Powell. Yale University;
Kathryn White, Lincoln.
Speech and Dramatic Art William
Morgan, University of Minnesota.
All State Dennis Schneider. Falls
City; Earl Mitchell Imperial; Donald
Educational Services Leo P. Black,
Denver. Colo.) Caleb Bucher, Lancaster,
Plidcaenal Tiyrkoto and Measura.
tnents Flora Folta, Parmlngton. N. M.;
Robert Filoeck, Central Missouri State
College; James Delp. California State
Department of Education.
Elementary Education Dave Austin.
San Leandro, Cellf.l Inex Baker, Lin
coln; Mrs. Martha Bigley, Magnolia
Ark.; Dorcas Cavett, " '-.coin; Oleta
Chessher, Edinburg. Tex.; Anne Christen
sen. Lincoln; Frank Christensen, Lin
coln; Mrs. Feme Haghin, Linco.i,; Kath
ryn Huestis, DeKalb. HI.; Marlin Loneu
is, Lincoln; Lucille Lindburg, Flushang,
N.Y.J Charles Lindsay , Noeona, Tex.;
Clara M. McClatchey, Lincoln; Thelma
Mehrgoff, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Loretta
Mickle, Lincoln; Fern Mosby. Spring
field, Mo.; Pearl Schaaf, Lincoln; Nellie
C. Stewart, Des Moines. la.
History and Princtnles Education
Hugh Black, Rice Institute; Noel Law
rence. Grand Island. , ,
School Administration F. B. Decker.
Lincoln; Jack Childress. Northwestern
University: John E. Marshall. Belmont.
Mass.! Floyd Miller, Lincoln; E. Panl
Morris, Kearney, Clarence .Richard.
Los Alamos. N. M.i William Wnght, El
Secondary Education William Bogar,
Lincoln. Belle Farmnn. Lincoln.
University High School Monte Scott
Norton. Lincoln. -
riate professor of women's
physical education at the Uni
versity, will De responsmie
for the Dhvsical education
workshop, open to men and
In announcing this new
short-term workshop program
for Nebraska's supervisor-
level educators, Dr. tranK
E. Sorenson, summer session
director, explained that per
sons enrolled in each seminar
might earn three hours of
The University swimming
pool will be open to women
from 4 to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday for recrea
tional swimming. Swimmers
must bring a cap and a health
permit from Student Health.
In addition there will be a
charge of 10 cents for the
rental of a suit and towel.
Pianists to be Featured
In Second of Series
The second of the Union Ar
tist series will be a duo-piano
concert featuring Jack Cross
ans and Audun Ravnan. The
presentation, to be held in the
Union Ballroom, will be next
Wednesday night at 8 p.m.
Crossan's performance ac
tivities include both solo and
ensemble work. In the solo
area he has recorded many
times for international re
leases of Armed Forces Ra
dio Service. These recordings
have been heard in recent
months in Formosa, Calcutta
As an accompanist he has
toured nationally and in Can
ada with many artists, among
them John Raitt. John
Charles Thomas, Igor Gorin,
Francis Bible and Dorothy
Warenskjold, With Miss War-
enskjold he recently made a
recording for Capitol Kecoras.
He has just completed a se
ries of Community concerts
with Miss Warenskjold tour
ing Virginia, Maryland,
Ohio, Iowa and Texas. In ad
dition to being on the staff of
the University of Nebraska
he taught at the Universityl
of, Kediands ana ucciaemai
College in California,
Ravnan received his early
musical training in his native
country of Norway, where he
was a soloist at the Norway
Symphony at the age of 13.
He made his concert debut in
Oslo in 1947 and then came
to the United States on a
three year scholarship from
the Institute of International
In 1949, he graduated with
highest distinction from
Northwestern University. On
a recent tour of Norway he
was hailed by critics as "one
of Norway's foremost pian
ists." Ravnan came to the Uni
versity of Nebraska in 1957
from the piano faculty of
The program will include?
El Salon Mexico by Aaron
Copeland, Waltz from Suite
No. 2, Op. 17 by Rochmanen
off, Sonata No. 1 In D Major
by Mozart, , Allegro, Varia
tions on Theme by Haydn by
Brahms, Ma mere L'Oyne by
Ravel, Pavane for Sleeping
Beauty in forest, ana s.car
amouche by Milhaud.
A summer schedule for
"Sky Shows" at the Ralph
Mueller Planetarium went
into effect last Sunday. The
schedule, which will remain
in effect through Sept. 1 is as
Mondays through Fridays
Saturdays and Sundays
2:15 and 3:30 p.m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays 8 p.m.
The current show is entitled
"Our Dynamic Skies."
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Union Plans Eventful Session
As the summer wears on and the days get hotter and
the studies more intense, the summer sessions students can
always turn to the Student Union and its air conditioned com
fort. included in the Union's activities for tne summer is a
Summer Artist Series, a fine arts program which features
well-known artists; a Summer Film Society which features
three international film classics presented in connection with
the Summer Sessions World Affairs Preview Series; a High
light Series, which is a special educational series; Book Re
views by well-known authors and reviewers and the tradi
tional Sunday night movies, now shown on the larger Cine
mascope screen. .
Summer Artist Series: (Union Ballroom, 8 p.m.)
Wednesday, June 17 Duo-Piano Concert featuring J.
Crossan and A. Ravnan.
Wednesday, June 24 Musical Portraits featuring New
England's three most popular musical attractions.
Tuesday, July 7 Summer Choral Concert, Dale Ganz,
Wednesday, July 8 The Boston Concert Ensemble fea
turing four distinguished artists.
Wednesday July 15 Summer Symphony Orchestra Con
cert, Emanuel Wishnow, Conductor.
Summer Film Society: (Union Ballroom, 7:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, July 1 "Little World of Don Camillo"
Thursday, July 9 "Diabolique" (France)
Thursday, July 23 "Rasho-Mon" (Japan)
Highlight Series: (Register now in Union Activities
Thursday, June ll "A Visit to the Past and Into the
Future" A complete guided tour of the University Museum
and Planetarium. Tour starts at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 25 "SAC Night" at the Lincoln Air
Force Base with a smorgasbord at the Officers Club. $2
per person plus bus fare.
Thursday, July 2 "Penitentiary Tour" Special tour,
dinner and entertainment at Nebraska State Penitentiary.
$1 per person plus bus fare.
Book Reviews: (Union Faculty Lounge,. 4 p.m.)
Monday, June 15 "Dr. Zhivago" reviewed by Dr. Wil
liam Hall of the Educational Psychology Department.
Monday, June 2 "Nebraska Puritan" reviewed by
Mrs. P. C. Swift who is a past staff member of the Exten
Monday, June 13 "Zero" reviewed by Dr. James Rcin
hardt, Professor of Criminology.
Sunday Night Movies: (Union Ballroom 7:30 p.m.)
Sunday, June 14 "Carousel" and "Orient Express and
Sunday, June 21 "The King and I" also "Roger Wagner
Sunday, June 28 "Tea House of the August Moon" also
Sunday, July 12 "The Robe" also "Zoom and Bored".
Sunday, July 19 "Enemy Below" also cartoon.
Sunday, July 2& "Love is a many Splendored Thing"
JUNE 11, 1959
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