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News Editor: Dave Madsen.
Associate News Editor: Randv
SDorts Editor: Larry Stunkel.
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Broek: BIOLOGY OF MICROORGANISMS
Broek: BASIC MICROBIOLOGY
Hickman: PRINCIPLES OF ZOOLOGY
Klaps: MODERN PRINCIPLES OF ATHLETIC TRAINING
Hulse: THE HUMAN SPECIES
Powell: TRACK & FIELD TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHER &
COACH - PE 123323
Dauer: DYNAMIC P.E. FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CHILDREN - PE 180
Bates: SOCIOLOGY - Soc. 153
Rogers: SOCIAL CHANGE IN RURAL SOCIETY - Soc. 241
Yetman: MAJORITY AND MINORITY Soc. 217
Kotschevar: QUANTITY FOOD PURCHASING - F & N 471
Houp: REPORTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION - Info.
Hafez: REPRODUCTION IN FARM ANIMALS - Ani. Sci.
Burkhart: ANTHOLOGY OF MUSICAL ANALYSIS - Music
Arnason: HISTORY OF MODERN ART
Kaplan: CRIMINAL JUSTICS - Crim. Just. 101
Egan: CONCEPTS IN ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS -
Gelb: LAB MANUAL - ELEMENTARY QUANTITATIVE
CHEMISTRY - Chem. 116
Mohrig: LAB. EXPERIMENTS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY -Chem.
Brooks: SYNTHESIS ANALYSIS AND REACTIONS IN
CHEMISTRY -Chem. 114
Weidner: ELEMENTARY MODERN PHYSICS - Physics 213
Weidner: ELEMENTARY CLASSICAL PHYSICS, Vol. I -Physics
Weidner: ELEMENTARY CLASSICAL PHYSICS, Vol. II -Physics
Skurka: UNDERGROUND INTERIORS - Art 112
Koberg: UNIVERSAL TRAVELER - Art 112
Henderson: EMERGENCY MEDICAL GUIDE - Comm.
Estes: REMOTE SENSING - Geol. 498
Barr: SHORT AUDIT CASE - Acct. 410
Meigs: PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING - Acct. 410901
McCracken: GUIDE TO COBOL - Mgmt. 337
Sanders: COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS - Mgmt. 337
Calhoun: CASES IN PERSONNEL MGMT. &
SUPERVISION - Mgmt. 461
Hamner: CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS IN PERSONNEL -Mgmt.
Sloane: LABOR RELATIONS - Mgmt. 462
Vetter: MANPOWER PLANNING FOR HIGH TALENT
PERSONNEL -Mgmt. 470
Burack: MANPOWER PLANNING & PROGRAMMING -Mgmt.
Zettl: TELEVISION PRODUCTION HANDBOOK - Journ.
DiSalvo: BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL' COMMUNICATION -Speech
Matsch: ELECTROMAGNETIC & ELECTROCHEMICAL
MACHINES - E.E. 437
Hill: INTRO. TO SWITCHING THEORY - E.E. 476
Wachowiak: EMPHASIS: ART - El. Ed. 306
Karlin: TEACHING ELEMENTARY READING - El. Ed. 311
AMERICAN PSYCH. ASSN. PUBLICATION MANUAL - Ed.
Johnson: LANGUAGE DISABILITIES - El. Ed. 98C
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THE WORLD OF BUCKMINSTER FULLER
Directed by Robert Snyder
90 minutes 1973 USA
"This is the definitive synthesized lecture of one of the great
teachers of our time transcribed in sight and sound for the
archives of posterity." Los Angeles Free Press
"A mind-blowing session ... a rare instance of genius
graphically explaining far-out ideas in understandable
"An invaluable record of a major figure . . . this documentary
yields even more with repeated viewings." Los Angeles Times
"The Leonardo da Vinci if our times." Marshall McLuhan
ee cumings: THE MAKING OF A POET
Produced and Directed by Harold Mantell
Told by e e cummings
24 minutes USA
A man must fight to be himself. This film reveals how one
Supremely-gifted American fought a life-long battle for
self-expression through his poetry and painting, in New England,
Paris and New York. His integrity and his innovative techniques,
his magical lyricism and his satirical wit ere re-created in this
"aesthetic self-portrait." For Cummings tells the story himself in
his own voice, in his own words, in his own celebrated poetry,
with the special illumination of his own paintings, drawings,
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday February 18, 19 & 20
Screenings at 3, 7 & 9 p.m.
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An American who is
considered the foremost U.S.
scholar on the People's
Republic of China will give a
public lecture Tuesday at UNL.
John K. Fairbank, a Huron,
S.D., native, is a Francis Lee
Higginson Professor of History
and the Director of the East
Asian Research Center at
He will discuss "Chinese
American Relations in the
Post-Mao Era" in a 10 a.m.
appearance in the Nebraska
Union. The lecture is free.
His lecture will deal with
the nature of the transitions
and forces he thinks will
influence events in China in the
post-Mao era, such as the role
of the military, inter
relationships of politics and
economics and Peking
Fairbank has lived and
traveled widely in mainland
China. His last visit was in
1972 when he was the guest of
Prime Minister Chou En-lai. He
has studied in Peking, was
special assistant to the
American ambassador in
Chungking during World War II
and was director of the U.S.
Information Service in China
from 1945 to 1946.
His visit to UNL is being
sponsored by the Asian Studies
Committee, (a UNL faculty
group) and the Convocations
Committee and Research
In conjunction with
Fairbank's appearance, two
free movies will be shown on
Thursday at the Sheldon Art
Gallery Auditorium from noon
to 2 p.m. The films, Youth in
Communes and Ping-Yuan
TsoChang ("Fighting on the
Plain"), a modern Peking-style
opera, are provided by the
People's Republic of China's
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Friday March 7
Saturday March 8
8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Two Different Programs
11th & R
"This is a splendid company
with a superb creator at its
Kimball Box Office Rm. 113
Music Bldg. 11th and R
UNL Students $2
All Seats Reserved
This residency is supported by
grants from the National
Endowment for the Arts, a
federal agency, and the Nubraska
monday, february 17, 1975
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