The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, July 02, 1959, Image 1

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    Teachers College Conference to Open
Teachers and administra
tors from all over the state
will be tending the All
Teachers College Conference
to begin next Wednesday,
July 8.
The conference will feature
several of the nation's top
level educators and will con
cern itself with ideas basic
to strengthening education in
our communities.
The opening session of the
Conference will feature a talk
by Herbert A. Smith who is
the Chief of the Science, Math
ematics and Foreign Lang
uage Section in the United
Slates Office of Education.
Dr. Smith, who Is a native
of Clatonia, Neb. will speak
.on "The Progress m the
Teaching of Math, Science
and the Foreign Languages."
Formerly, Dr. Smith taught
at the University of Kansas
Lincoln, Nebraska
Union Schedules Two Artist Series
Next week the Union will
have two feature presentations
in their Summer Artist Se
ries. On Tuesday they will
present the Summer Chorale
Concert and on Wednesday
the Boston Concert Ensemble
will perform. "
Included in the Ensemble
are Nancy Cirillo, violinist;
John Hornor, barotone; Wil
liam Stevens, pianist and
'V.'i.' am Stevens
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Kaacy Cirillo
and the University of Ne
braska where he obtained his
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Herbert Smith
Lanalee Lite, harpist.
The members of the Boston
Concert Ensemble make near
ly three hundred solo appear
ances a season. Individually,
they have been heard in Wash
ington, D.C, New York. Bos
ton, Toronto, and Montreal.
They have been soloists with
orchestras at Carnegie Hall
and Town Hall, New York;
Symphony Hall and Jordan
John HorBor
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Ph.D. in 1948.
Dr. Charles O. Neidt, Pro
fessor and Chairman of tLe
Department of Education Psy
chology and Measurements at
Nebraska, will be the fea
tured speaker at the dinner
session. He will speak on
-Design for the First Middle
States Institute on Guidance
and Counseling."
. Speaking at the second
general session on Thursday
morning, will be Wallace Ann
Wesley, Hs.D., who is the Ed
ucational Consultant of t h e
American Medical Associa
tion in Chicago. Her topic is
"Progress in the Develop
ment of Health and Physical
Fitness in Youth."
The noon luncheon session
win feature Walter K. Beggs,
Dean of the Teachers College,
speaking on the "Fundamen
tal Questions Educators Must
JULY 2, 1959
Hall, Boston; Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation in
Canada, music festivals at
Tanglewood, Mass., Brevard,
N.C., Venice, Italy and many
Award Winner
Miss Cirillo has been a win
ner of numerous competitive
prizes, including the Walter
W. Naumberg Foundation
Award and has toured exten
sively in both the United
States and Italy.
Hornor while yet a student
at the New England Conserva
tory in Boston, became the
first, and still is the only
man to win the Eleanor
Steber Singing Award, judged
in competition by Charles
Munch of the Boston Sym
phony and Arthur Fiedler of
the Boston Pops Orchestra.
; Since then, he has been a
frequent soloist with the Bos
ton Pops Orchestra. "
Stevens, a Canadian, has
been a soloist with the Ca
nadian Broadcasting Corpora
tion Orchestra and has given
recitals in Ne York's Town
Hall and Boston's Jordan
Hall. He ha; recently record
ed for International Records.
Miss Litz, a new member
of the Boston Concert Ensem
ble, is a graduate of the East
man School of Music in Roch
ester, New York. She has
made frequent radio and tele
vision appearances and has
won the praise of Charles
Munch of the Boston Sym
phony. Chorale Presented
The chorale which is made
up of summer session stu
dents, is directed by Dale
The program includes:
Requiem Mass in C Minor by
Ctwrubini, Introit, Graduate,
Dies Irae and features Har
vey Hinshaw at the piano;
and the Sonata in F Major,
K332 by Mozart, Allegro,
Adazio, Allegro Assai, Offer
torium, Sanctus, Pie Jasu,
and Agnus Dei. .
Answer in the Decade Ahead."
Thursday afternoon at the
R. G. Gust a sob
Historian Examines
Far Eastern Policy
A nationally recognized expert on foreign policy in the
Far East, Paul N. Clyde, will examine the assumption on
which American Far Eastern policy is based at the Nation
al Affairs Preview, Monday.
Members of the chorale
Sopraaa: Marily Breach. Charlotte
Conway. Floreawe Erirkae. Carat Kiccfc,
Vetma Matcfeett. Allele Coaenhaver,
Mne Wtiitwer.. Garle Mmmm, Lacy
Webaur, Mania Erickaaa, Daiay Fer
raa, Grace Neiaoa. Duae Caamter,
AnaabrU ZUanaad, loia Laac. Matilda
tHakmaaai, Haw, Arate, Laraa Lee Sautt,
Marraam Maaar. SHerry Will Sue Boota,
Alice Kanii. time Bootb, IMorea
Cade. Kar Grm. Warier, Maty
limm, mad Sandra leaner. -Alto:
pat Erickeoa, Maia KaMas. Pen
Mara. Betty Barfciaad. eaaine Peteraoa,
Pat Arnold, Janet Andersaa. Pat Mcla
tyre. itandra WaMe, Sara Laatlo, S a e
Myers tmm JnHar. Beta avawa. airs.
Mm UndeO. Belea Lewia. Cynthia Baa
m. LaaiK Preve. aod Katlwyn avnite.
Tenors: Joan- Nehwa, rdi Lams,
Merris Anderson. Waaler Pearee, Kdward
Kemkiie. DenuM Kitcnen, HandeU Me-
EMn. Allen Baraara. BiH Jlenkias. Bar-
man Larsra. Miekae Kalaa. Dsns Id
Kaymtr. wuiian lineacer. Amer uneom,
DonaM Citlrlek. Boeer Brendle.
CUmer Aadreeaea. and Nortoert Scboer.
Basse: Larry Maefcemtadt, Warrea
Stmrr. B Beimeata. Wesley Croaa. Lee
Carr. Mvael Jcbasoa. Leonard Blend.
Clarenra Codbey, Jaaepk Crawford. v il
Baser Weachmeser, ix auaer nsmrn,
ium Carsoaa. Koa necser, ma
Marvisi Oeancfai, AraoM Berebett- -ert
Patteraoa. J- Cote, Kent Phillip,
James Eao. 'eft Rocer. Nam Kn
Cias. and William Hatcber.
Aceempaaials: Howard Jokswon. .
aVsccr Wiscnneier. srsaa. and Pbil CoM-
Cliinese Films
To be Presented
'Peipine Family." and
"Sampan Family," will be
the two movies shown next
week in connection with the
Far Eastern Institute. The
first film describes middle
class family customs and at
titudes and the second film
tells the story of families who
live aboard small river boats.
The movies will be present
ed Wedneday. July 8, at 3
p.m., in Love Library Audi'
Luncheon to
Featured speaker at the
Superintendent's Round Table
Luncheon this noon will be
Dr. Ralph Bedell of the U.S.
Department of Education and
formerly a member of the
University of Nebraska fac
ulty. In Dr. Bedell's speech,
"The National Interest in
Guidance and Counseling," he
closing session, former chan
cellor of the University of Ne
braska, R. G. Gustavson, will
discuss "Education T o m o r
row." He is now president
and executive director of Re
sources for the Future, Inc.,
in Washington, D.C.
All sessions of the Confer
ence will meet in the Student
Union, beginning at 2 p.m.,
Wednesday. Reservations for
the dinner and luncheon ses
sions may be made by calling
extensions 3135 or 3131 or by
signing up in the summer
sessions office, room 412 of
The first general session
lasts from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on
Wednesday and the dinner
is scheduled from 6 to 7:45
p.m. On Thursday the sec
ond general session is from
9 to 11:45 a.m. The luncheon
is 12 to 1:45 p.m.
Dr. Cldye, a noted historian,
is the author of the textbook,
"The Far East," which is be
ing used in connection with
the Far Eastern Institute in
session - this summer.
The talk will be at 2 p.m.,
July 6, in Love Library Audi
torium rather than the Union
Ballroom as previously an
nounced. Dr. Clyde is presently Pro
fessor of History and Director
of the Summer Session at Duke
University. He has written
several books and contributed
Paul Clyde
many articles to various jour
nals. During the spring 1957
semester, Dr. Clyde served as
Visitiag Professor at -the
School of Advanced Interna
tional Studies, Washington,
D. C, and last January he
was a faculty member at the
Salzburg Seminar in Salzburg,
Feature Bedell
wiH relate the provisions of
the National Defense Act to
educational guidance.
In addition, Mrs. Bedell will
speak to wives of the super
intendents on "Lasting Im
pressions of the South Pa
cific. Both luncheons will be at
the Student Union.
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