The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 14, 1967, Page Page 3, Image 3
Thursday, December 14, 1967 The Daily Nebraskan Page 3 Programs Consolidate Grad Degrees To Move From Teachers College Administration of the master of education degrees and six-year certificate pro grams of the Teachers Col lege will be transferred to the Graduate College, effec tive July 1, 1968. Administration of the Ad vanced Professional Divi sion of Teachers College, from which the degrees pre viously came, was trans ferred to bring about a greater coordination of graduate education through out the institution, Chancel lor Clifford M. Hardin said. Dean Walter K. Beggs of the Teachers College recom mended the change. "The work done in the program is graduate work and should be under the proper depart ment." he said. "The masters and doctor Outstanding Nebraskan . . . Beck, Hohensee, Carraway Nominated For Staff Award T. E. Beck, assistant pro fessor of English, Gene Hohensee, and Gary H. Carraway have been added to the 1 i s t of nominations for the Outstanding Nebras kan Award. The winners of the award, sponsored by the Daily Ne braskan, will be named in the paper's Friday edition. An outstanding student and faculty member are selected by a vote of the Daily Ne braskan staff after they consider letters of nomina tion from University stu dents and faculty members. The letter of nomination for Beck, signed by six University students, states that "Mr. Beck does not lecture in any conventional sense, no does he try to dominate his students." The letter continues that his knowledge of the ma terial is remarkable and "his enthusiasm for the sub ject and subtle sense of THURSDAY (All activities are sched uled in the Nebraska Union unless otherwise listed) INTER - VARSITY - 12 noon PEGLER & CO. LUNCH EON 12 noon GEOLOGY LAB ASSIST ANTS 12:30 p.m. PLACEMENT OFFICE LUNCHEON 12:30 p.m. JUSTICE ABE FORTAS 3:30 p.m. AWS COURT-3:30p.m. UNION TRIPS & TOURS COMMITTEE 3:45 p.m. AIR FORCE COFFEE-4 p.m. PLACEMENT Interna tiona Voluntary Services 4 p.m. UNION SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE 4:30 p.m. UNION MUSIC COMMIT tee 4:30 p.m. YWCA CABINET - 4:30 p.m. PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE - Project Committee 4:30 p.m. UNION PUBLIC RELA TIONS COMMITTEE-4:30 p.m. KOSMET KLUB6 p.m. r 1EJL Am InMMt rata PHl "n SUM adnrtMas h " "rtrat km atandard raw V w Mmw rbarra rlMrtlta leaarttaa. T plaec a alanaltlad adwrllmmaM tall Ibr llnrwranv 1 Nrtraaaa 4T.tS nd M' lot law Oalh Vfhm kaa affinal ar mmr u, Bantu S) la Matiraaka Unlna Tar rlaaalflad adwr Malm ninalif' malalal ' l Is" kaalaraa ham I'laaaa attentat la alaaa All adnrllaftmral mat ba an pa Id fcafar atf appaufa. KELP WANTED tin wanted W-M fur part tlm work. 2.I7 par hour. Apply ""' at " South St. ar phona 4M4473 Mon.-Sat. :9U-I. PERSONAL fly Frontier Alrllww "21 Fn" " dtarnunl. Confirmed rewvationn - . alandby or humping. Frontlar'a youth rani (21 card i If arrepttwl bv moat nthr ma lor nirMiwu. For Inform lion rai: K'tr-'een Klmmonn, f'ampiw. Bap rtnent 'Ho, i 477-S'fT r"0 SHE l"iil7ai"H Sertm. Fsf'Viil Hindu'"). It I rlatmmitfn "2 var I h or 472 WHi. for Kate l3 lmpali 8S Convarllhla. Vfl. Ruraei naata. Radio. Rlrrao. 7S. 423-MII. Bran) Now Mamiya-mkor 500TL. caw.. 3 ml la I tlm. Boat dtlar b Dm- UMTSi. ate programs will continue as they have in the past, but the administration will be under the right depart ment," Beggs commented. The transfer was also rec ommended by the Advanced Professional Advisory Com mittee, the Graduate Coun cil and Dean James C. Ol son of the Graduate College. The Advanced Profession al of the Teachers College was established 15 years ago in response to demands of educational administrators and other personnel in pub lic school work. The division was also cre ated for recognition of pro fessional practice as an area worthy of specialized study and training at t h e graduate level. humor are conveyed to all his students." In this ear of "publish or perish," we need more men of scholarly character who still regard teaching as their primary function," the letter states. A letter of nomination for Gene Hohensee lauds the work he has done this year as IFC president. "Upon assuming the posi tion of IFC president he immediately began working with problems which pre vious presidents felt they could not confront. In mat ters of pledge education, discrimination and the total involvement in the Univer sity Community, Gene be j?an to take a stand," the letter comments. The letter pointed out Hohensee also has realized "the need not only for the fraternity system but for the individual houses to de velop with the University." PHI EPSILON KAPPA 6 p.m. PHI MU ALPHA SINFO NIA 6 p.m. THETA SIGMA PHI 6:30. UNSEA Tutorial Com mittee 6:30 p.m. AUF EXEC 6:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORG. 6:30 p.m. QUIZ BOWL-6:45 p.m. BUILDERS Special Edi tion 6:45 p.m. QUIZ BOWL ISOLATION 6:45 p.m. EUROPEAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 7 p.m. AUF BOARD 7 p.m. YWCA-Cultural Crafts- 7 p.m. IFC Tutoring Chemis try 3 Bldg. G, 7 p.m. UNION TRIPS & TOURS Ski Trip Film 7:30 p.m. GERMAN CLUB 7:30 p.m. ASUN Special Projects NY AS Research 7:30 p.m. YOUNG DEMOCRATS - 7:30 p.m. MATHEMATICS COUN SELORS 7:30 p.m. ASUN - Parking Com mittee 9 p.m. Dr. J. Maier Named Research Director The chief radiotherapist at the Army's Walter Reed Gen eral Hospital in Washington, D.C.. Dr. John G. Maier, was named to direct the Eugene C. E p p 1 e y Radiation Re search Center, which is now under construction at the Uni versity's Medica' Center. "We are fortunate to obtain one of the nation's outstand ing radio-therapists and re searchers in radiation biolo gy for this important posi tion," Dr. Cecil L. Wittsor dean of the College of Med- 1 icine, said. His appointment as Ennley i Professor of Radiation Ther lapv "vill be effective Juiy 1. iThc professorship is one of t h r e e partiallv enJowed by the Eugene C. Eppley Foun dation, whose grant is a i s o partially financing construc tion of the radiation center. Dr. Maier currently is a regular officer In th Medi Since then the Advanced Professional Division of Teachers College has pro vided degree programs lead ing to the Master of Educa tion, Doctor of Education, and the six-year specialist certificate. Since their inception, some 1.148 masters and 27 doctorate degrees have been conferred. The masters and doctor ate programs will be added to the Graduate College masters and doctor of phil osophy degree programs. The doctor of educa tion degree is designed for professional educators while the doctor of philosophy pro gram is a research oriented degree with emphasis on depth in subject matter specialization. Hohensee is also a mem ber of I n n o c e n t s. Beta Gamma Sigma, a business administration counterpart of Phi Beta Kappa and was a finalist for Outstanding Collegiate man. The letter .of nomination for Gary (Joe) Carraway listed several campus ac tivities in which he has participated. He was se lected as a varsity cheer leader his sophomore year and served as rush chair man for his fraternity, The ta Xi. He is alsoamember president of the Inter-fraternity Council (IFC). Carraway is presently in the top 7 per cent of his business administration class, the letter continues, and holds several scholar ships, two of which are the activities scholarship and an American Legion Scholarship. Film Discussion Forum Thursday Union Film Committee and the Nebraska Free Uni versity will sponsor a film discussion forum Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Univer sity Ministry for Higher Ed ucation (UMHE). The discussion, led by Dr. Stephen Cole of the Univer sity drama department will analyze the two current fiims, "Masculine-Feminine" and "Banana Peel." Arabs Will Hold Social Evening Nebraska Arab student association will hold a social evening Friday from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Ne braska Union. Arab students will relate how they celebrate the Mus lim holidays which occur simultaneously with the Christmas season. Nebraskan Want Ads Bring Results cal Corps of the United States Army. He received his colle giate education at St. Louis University. He obtained a M.D. degree from the St. Lou is University School of Medi cine; a master of science de gree from the University of Colorado, and a doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Den tistry in 1963. In 1959, he was assigned to Walter Reed Hospital, the Army's principal center for treatment, research and de velopment in medicine. He has served as chief of the radioisotone section; chief of the department of radiation biology and chief of the ra diotherapy section. He has also been associate professor of clinical radiology at the Georgetown University Medical School - - ,fmmmm'rt jr . " - - 4, v-- : . '"JI """"" V . w-.. '. jT la, if .'-'- ' , "15: """ " - - " i'.-r-f " . - 4. f '1 w TUMBLE-SEEKING University students will head for the Breckenridge ski slopes over semester break. IDA Gives Report To Regents On Coed Visiting In Dorms After a semester of re search, the Inter-Dormitory Association Coed Visiting Committee will present a second semester report of about 50 pages to the Board of Regents. "T h e report should ex plain the available facilities Repertory Theatre Ending Play Last Time For Misanthrope Seventeenth century cout life relates to modern so ciety in Moliere's comedy, "Misanthrope," which will be presented possibly ofr the last time Dec. Hand 16 at Howell Theater at 8 p.m. Director Joseph Baldwin explained that the play deals with a young man embroiled in court life who believes in direct honesty and considers tact and di plomacy a manner of hypocrisy. Under the powerful reign of King Louis XII, the young man finds that his bluntness will not be toler ated. He decides that he must leave the court for his own benefit. The director commented the link between tact and hypocrisy is a question ap parent in today's world He added that draft card burn ing, for example, can be compared to the play's story line of speaking and living individual beliefs. Baldwin said that the theme is a moral question and director, actors and audience vary in interpre tation. During the past six performances of "Mis anthrope" the director re marked he has noticed a change in this interpreta tion. Experience from the past performances and a variety of audience reactions should make the fast presentations the most competent to date, the director said. FREE CHRISTMAS purchase of set or set of Star Master new tires. Are you Christmas shopping for a friend who smokes True cigarettes? We suggest: A Persian match pack or a tlomino match pack set r a goldfish ashtray. Open 10-6 Mon.-Fri. INTERIORS DIVERSIFIED 1239 South St for recreation, study, and social activity in each of the dormitories," ex plained Paul C a n a r sky, committee chairman. Last spring a report point ing out the advantages of coed visiting and request ing the passage of this pro posal was submitted to the Regents and later rejected. Canarsky said that although it was originally planned to present the re port before Christmas vaca tion, the committee decided to postpone the presentation until the University Sub commitee on Social Affairs and Activities settles and defines the open house poli cy for dormitories. Theoretically, the report "should effectively convey the atmostphere of living in a dormitory." Canarsky ex plained. He felt this explanation of dorm facilities to be impor tant because the results of the report compose .the pre- Calher Sponsors TRY Benefit Beta Sigma Psi and Gather Hall will sponsor a dance Friday at 9 p.m. in the Cather cafeteria, fea turing the Gang Greene combo. Admission for the dance is $.75 per person and proceeds will be donated to the TRY organization. TRY, a local organization, sponsors work with train able mentally retarded youngsters. The group hopes to use profits from the dance to expand thr:r pro gram to include the physi c a 1 1 y retarded and to fi nance a pamphlet explain ing the organization's work in these areas. Smith To Vole On Constitution Smith Hall residents will vote on ratification of the proposed dormitory consti tution Friday. Earlier this year the residents defeated a constitution by a vote of 215 to 9(1 TURKEY with Sport Wheels m M, v jiAse 500 West "0" Open 10-4 Sat. Phono 432-8851 4 -n.-' ..-. Uliiiak?- -.w cept for the approval of coed visiting. Canarsky said that anoth er reason for delaying the coed visiting presentation to the Regents is a lack of re sources. "We'd like to incorporate information from other col leges of our size on t h e i r policy of coed visiting," he said. "We've written to the other seven schools in t h e Big Eight Conference, but we haven't yet received any replies." West Side Story To Release Script Tentative date for the re lease of the "West Side Story" scripts for the spring Kosmet Klub show has been set as Jan. 8. Casting for the show di rected bv Clint Jakeman will be held Feb. 3, 4. 6, 7, 8. Jim Schreck will be show chairman and Bob Jones from Wesleyan University will be music director. BRITISH STERLING So fine a gift, it's even sold in jewelry stores. 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Ryan, re search professor of obstet rics and gynecology and professor of biochemistry, Students Head For Ski Slopes Skiing experts or begin ners, now is the time to be gin planning an excursion on the annual Union spon sored ski trip, according to Kris Swanson, Union trips and Tours Chairman. January 10 is the deadline for fees and roommate pref erence. Fifty students have already signed up for t h e January 25-29 trip to Breck enridge, Colorado. A maxi mum of 110 students can be accommodated. A fee of $75 covers trans portation, lodging at t h e Breckenridge Inn, and a skiing lesson. Meals are not included. Payment made in install ments will not be accepted, said Miss Swanson. The group will travel to Denver by train and con tinue to Breckenridge by bus. Two skiing programs are being televised on ETV at 10:30 a.m. Sunday and 4:30 p.m. Monday to help begin ners. Read Nebraskan Want Ads 4. " Tell me, Lester, what if all this going to get you? 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