The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 11, 1963, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    Tuesday, June 11, 1963
Wearied
KUON-TV, Channel 12, the
University of Nebraska's,, tel
evision station, has Issued a
preview of programs for the
month of June.
The following are short
sketches of the major pro
gram series:
PERSPECTIVES One
show in this series will pre
sent both sides of the birth
control controversy in Cana
da. Expressing various points
of view on the subject are
James A. Pike, Protestant
Episcopal Bishop; Sir Julian
Huxley; Arnold Toynbee;
Father Edward Sheridan, a
Jesuit priest; Colin Clark, a
British economist.
Another Perspective pro
gram will deal with the his
tory, philosophy, and present
position of the American con
servative. UNIVERSITY ARTIST SE
RIES A special one-hour
television concert features Dr.
Larry Lusk of the University's
Department of Music. The
talented pianist performs
"Toccata No. 2 in C Major"
by Bach, "Sonata in E Mi
nor" by Haydn, "L'isle joy
euse" by Debussy, "Nocturne
In E Major, Op. 62, No. 2"
and "Ballade in G Minor, Op.
23" by Chopin.
On another show, Professor
Audun Ravnan plays works
from Beethoven, Grieg, Carl
Nielsen, and Chopin.
THE RAGTIME ERA
Host Max Morath spins out
a review of trends in Ameri
can music during the fascin
ating period In American his
tory from 1890 to 1920.
BEYOND THE EARTH
Dr. John A. Russell, professor
of astronomy at the Universi
ty of Southern California,
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hosts a 25-part series on basic
astronomy. With the aid of
models, drawings, rear
screen projection, and humor
ous anecdotes, viewers find
out about ' our solar system
and the stars how individu
al stars differ in properties,
how they are arranged in
space, and how they move.
THE FACE OF SWEDEN
Filmed entirely in Sweden,
an eight-part television series
brings a searching self-portrait
of a remarkable country
its people, its government,
its art.
DYNAMICS OF LEADER
SHIP Five half-hour tele
vision sessions serve as the
hinge of what can be a train
ing program for more effec
tive group action by indivi
duals and organizations. Prin
ciples and practices of group
leadership are illustrated with
comment and criticism by Dr.
Malcolm Knowles, associate
professor of education and
general consultant in adult
education at Boston Univer
sity: DR. POSIN'S GIANTS
The giant minds of science
are the subjects of an infor
mative and highly entertain
ing series showing the mod
ern applications of ancient
theories and discoveries. Fea
tured is Dr. Daniel Q. Posin,
professor of physics at De
Paul University who won an
Emmy Award in 1961 as the
'best educator" of the year.
FROM THE ANCIENT
PAST Interesting ideas
and items of information
about the ancient Near-East
are presented in capsule form
through pictures, artifacts,
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mentator and authority for the
series is Dr. Alan Pickering,
guest lecturer in the field of
the Old Testament Life and
Literature at the Cotner
School of Religion and a pop
ular University of Nebraska
pastor.
SELF-ENCOUNTER - Dr.
Hazel E. Barnes, associate
professor of classics at the
University of Colorado and
one of America's foremost
scholars and authorities on
existentialist philosophy and
literature, describes and il
lustrates this challenging new
philosophy which maintains
that man has a free choice of
what he becomes and that
"becoming" is a constant
process of life.
CASALS MASTER CLASS
With the distinction of world
wide acclaim, this television
series returns to Channel 12
for a repeat! broadcast. In the
13-program series, the world's
greatest cellist, Pablo Cas
sals, teaches a series of mas
ter classes for young students.
YOUR UNICAMERAL - As
a service to Nebraska citi
z e n s, University television
cameras provide a direct
close-up of the people and is
sues in this year's legislature.
George Round of the Univer
sity is host for the weekly
visits as state senators appear
on each program to discuss
key legislative topics of con
cern. Current legislative ac
tionis reviewed each week by
Hugo, Srb, clerk of the legis-
DYNAMICS OF DESEGRE
GATION An intensive
study of race relations in the
United States is offered in a
fifteen-program series.
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On Nebr.
Scheduled
A series of two public lec
ture sessions on the Nebras
ka homesteader, where he
came from, what values he
brought with him and the
changes he made, has been
scheduled at the Nebraska
Center for Continuing Educa
tion. The discussions, open to
the public, will be held this
Thursday and the following
Thursday, June 20, at 8:30
p.m.
Dr. Robert Manley, assist
ant professor of history at
the University of Nebraska,
will speak on "The Changing
Face of Individualism," at
the first session. The discus
sion will center on an exam
ination of the federal govern
ment and individual auton
omy. Dr. William Aeschbacher,
director of the Nebraska State
Historical Society, will speak
on "Old World Heritage in a
Thursday evening. Dr. Aesch
bacher will discuss the im
pact of European - born set
tlers on an emerging society.
The two-part lecture pro
gram is sponsored by the
University of Nebraska Col
lege of Arts and Sciences.
Tuesday, June 11
3:30 Preview of Freshman Enrllsh
:00 Evening Prelude
8:30 The Ragtime Era "An; Old Ran"
7:00 Beyond the Earth "Planetary Mo
tion through Keller"
7:30 The Face ol Sweden "The Un
aligned Society" 1
1:00 Dynamic! ol Leadership 'Anatomy
of a Groan"
:. What in the World
0:00 Perspective Balance ef Terror
Wednesday! June It
5:30 Previews or Freshman English
6:00 Evening Prelude
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NSF Sponsors Courses
Seventy-three high school
teachers from 13 states are
attending the University of
Nebraska's annual Summer
Science Institute which be
gins today and lasts until
Aug. 3, according to Dr. Wen
dell Gauger, director.
Sponsored by the National
Science Foundation, the Insti
tute seeks to up-grade the
training of the science teach
ers who have had only mini
mal training in the science
subjects they teach.
Each Institute participant
receives a $600 stipend plus
free tuition and an allowance
of $120 for each dependent.
Dr. Gauger said credit
courses are offered in botany,
chemistry, entomology, micro
biology, physics and zoology.
The participants are:
Richard Bagger, Holdrege;
Kevin Barker, Carson, Iowa;
Harvey Bauman, Ponca; Don
Bean, Grand Island; Merle
Beck, Dawson; Ernest Behne,
Brainard; Mrs. Lucille Bow
er, Chappell; Mrs. Mae Brun
lng, Hastings; James Cain,
Milton, W. Va.; Eugene Cas
sioppi, Guttenberg, Iowa;
Louis. Charvet O.S.B. St.
Benedict, Oregon; Donald
Coen, Oak Grove, Missouri;
William H. Cook, North Loup;
Howard Davis, Arapahoe;
Larry Dean, Elmwood;
KUON-TV This Week
6:30 Dr. Posln's Giants "Johannes Kep
ler (1571 to 1630)"
7:00 The Ragtime Era "Any Old Rags'
7:30 From the Ancient Past "Ancient
Scripture: Poetry"
8:00 Self-Encounter "Hell Is Others"
8:30 The Dubliners
9:00 Casals Master Class "Boeeherlnl
Concerto"
1:30 Vour Unicameral
Thursday. June 13
5:30 Preview of Freshman English
6:00 Evening Prelude
6:30 Self-Encounter "Hell Is Others"
7:00 Dynamics of Desegregation "Tale
of Two Ladles"
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Hershey; Chris Dixon, Tal
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Park, Minn; 'Clarence Fall
stead, Fairbury; Frederick
Fischer, Falls City; Denny
Fitzgerald, Aurora; Robert
Fuss, Franklin; Ben Babriel,
Chiowa; David Gammon,
Richland Center, Wis.; Sam
Genova, Pueblo, Colo.; Ron
ald Gierhan, Nehawka; Rich
ard Goeglein, Lincoln; Frank
Hakimian, Howells; Walter
Hardt, Seward; George Lee
Hart, Manchester, Iowa.
Phillip Hauser, Oklahoma
City, Okla.; Keith Hawxby,
Tecumseb; Roger Higgins.
Omaha; Lowell Hunter, St.
Edward; . O r v a 1 Jensen,
Council Bluffs; Curtis John
son, Lincoln; James Karloff,
Polk; John Kastl, Crete;
Richard Kenaston, San Diego
Calif.; Donald King, Arling
ton; Paul Koeniguer, Lake
Preston,' So. Dak.; Donald
Kokrda, O'Neill; Robert Len
ers, Minatare; Gary Miller,
Maskell.
Darrell Montgomery, Hord
ville; Maurice Nelson, Ham
ilton, Mo.; James Noneman,
Springview; E. Dwayne
Petersen, Sleepy Eye, Xinn.;
Gaylord Peterson, Laurel;
7:30 Beyond hte Earth "Planetary Mo
tion through Kepler"
1:00 The Science and Engineering Tele
vision Journal "LASERS"
1:30 Flaherty and Film "Man of Aran"
Friday. June 14
6:00 Evening Prelude
6:30 University Newa
6:45 Social Security In Action
7:00 Where Do We Go From HereT
7:30 What In the World
6:00 The Dubliners
8:30 The Face of Sweden "The Un
aligned Society"
9:00 Flaherty and Film "The Louisiana
Story"
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Verle Peterson, Omaha; Jo
seph Pinkall, Gretna; Mau
rice Richards, Central City;
Max Rittgers, Arnolds Park,
Iowa.
Sister M. Ann Hamm,
PBVM, Salem So. Dak.; Wiley
Sandusky, Table Rock; Leo
chlenker, Sidney, Mont;
Bernard Searcey, San Bema
dlno, Calif.; Lewis Shoff,
Mitchell; Roger Smith, Ogal
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Teel, Sidney; Alvin Vander
Werff, Walthill; Lee Wade,
Montello, Wis.; Mrs. Doris
Williams, Merna; Lewis
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The Dally Nebraskan Is published sack
Tuesday during the Summer Session.
STAFF
Editor - Linda Jensen
Business Manager Shart Johnson
Planetarium Schedule
The University of Nebras
ka State Museum recently
announced a change in sched
ule for planetarium shows.
Daily shows will be pre
sented Mondays through Fri
days at 2:45 p.m. On Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fri
days a second show will be
gin at 8 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday shows will be at 2:30
and 3:45 p.m.
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