Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 3, 1971 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, June 3, 1971
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Nation's Colleges Shun Raccoon-Coat Curriculums By WILLIAM J. WAUGH AP Education Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of the natron's colleges are turning in their raccoon- coat curriculum's for the hide- pen dent study and accelerated degree programs demanded by today's studemits. A nationwide survey showed the rigid time requirements and required courses of yesterday's generation are dis- appearing—aind students are responsible for much of Uie transformation. "We are not buying everything the student says but are making a sedans to I make education more meaningful, particularly for the bright student," said The Rev. Robert M*hon, dean of Catholic University's summer school. The "faculty often was insensitive to trends of the time and didn't aniticiipaite need," he said. "The push had to come from the bottom up." Stil, some faculty members are questioning old curriculum patterns. Maurice A. Crane, HI inanities professor at Mich- gam Stiate, said in a recent peech a highly, specialized un- ergraduaite education is a dis- ervicie to students in the mar- etplaoe. LAND AUCTION The following described real estate will be offered for sale at approximately 2 pm, June 19, 1971 at the farm, located 12 mi. west of Garden City 5 Points, 12 mi. north, or 1 mile east of Kearney-Finney line and 10 1 2 miles north. NWV 4 of 8-22-34, Finney County. Right to reject all bids reserved. Contract of sale to be signed immediately requiring 10% down, balance due upon rendering marketable Title. Possession subject to rights of present tenant. Green, Jones, Delong and Kerns, owners. Ken Henderson, Clerk Garden National Bank (Not responsible for accidents) Raymond Vaughn,. Auctioneer Real Estate Broker Ivan R. Jones Real Estate Broker Tonight On Television THTJKSDAY NIGHT 6:00—Herald of Tenth, 13 News. 6, 11 6:30—Alias Smith and Jones, 13 Family Affair. 6 Flip Wilson, 11 7:00—Jim Nabors Hour, 6 7:30—Bewitched, 13 Ironside, 11 8:00—Movie, 6 Movie, 6 Make Room for Granddy, 13 8:30—Adam-12, 11 Dan August, 13 9:00—Dean Martin, 11 9:30—Branded. 13 0:00—News, Wthr.. Spts., 11 News, Wtlir., Spts., 6 The Scene Tonight, 13 0:29—Local News, 13 0:30—Dick Cavett, 13 Mei-v Griffin, 6 Tonight Show, 11 2:00—Ne\vs 11. 13 FKfDAV NIGHT 6:00—To Tell Tne Truth, 13 News Wtnr. Sots. 11, 6 6:30—Brady Bunch, 13 High Chaparrel, 11 The Interns, 6 7:00—Nanny and the Prof., 13 7:30—Wagon Train, 11 Andy Griffith, 6 The Partridge Family. 13 8:00—Jacques Cousteau, 13 Movie, 6 8:30—Odd Couple, 13 9:00—Big Valley, 11 Love, American Style, 13 10:00—News, Wthr., Spts.. 11. 6 Scene Tonight, 13 10:30—Tonight Show. 11 Dick Cavett, 13 Movie, 6 12:00—Nightmare, 11 Final Report, 13 1:30—News 13 SATURDAY MORNING 7:00—Tomfoolery Show, 11 Bugs Bunny, 6 7:30—Heckle and Jeckle, 11 7:57—In The Know, 6 8:00—Woody Woodpecker, 11 Sabrina and G-roovie Goolies, 6 Lancelot Link Chimp Hour, 13 8:30—Bugaloos, 11 8.57—In The Know, -6 9:00—Adv. of Dr. Doolittle, 11 Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down, 13 Josie and the Pussycats, <J 9:30—Double Deckers, 13 Pink Panther. 11 Harlem Globetrotters, 6 9:57—In the Know, 6 10:00—Hot Wheels, 13 Archie, 6 H. R. Pufnstuff, 11 10:30—Major Astro, 11 Sky Hawks, 13 10:57—In the Know, 6 11:00—Scooby Dob. 6 Motor Mouse. 13 Hot Dog, 11 11:30—Monkees. 6 Hardy Boys, 13 Jambo, 11 11:*7—In the Know. 6 "Some of those tens of thousands of unemployed Ph.D.s in aerospace technology—specialized, like the dodo bird, into extinction—were trained by us," Oanie said. "We now know bow ... it feels to resemble the buggywihip factory in the comic strips, an efficient organization turning out fine products that nobody seems to warait" Rigid requirements for a bachelor's degree ane disappearing. New College in ianaisota, Fla., gives students a najor voice in shaping their education and graduates aire Sliding they're welcome at the nation's most prestigious graduate and professional schools. Calling for "importaiiit Aamiges across the spectrum of indeiigraduaite education," a 21-member commission of New York University faculty, •admitL- sitratws amd students .reaenltly recommended: —A bachelor's program al- owing students to routinely eam degrees in three years and decelerated program pler- mLbtin/g others to take time out 'or work and travel'and pick,up a degree iait the end of six years. —Programs to allow students to do up to a quarter of their work through independent study. —Establishment of a so- called open college for alternative approaches to undergraduate education that do not fit in with the university's existing schools. At Harvard, Dean Ernest R. May, siaiid he plains a year-long study to assess the academic, social and psychological effects resulting irom changing the bachelor's program from four to three years. "There is sentiment, from students, faculty members and a neeenit Carnegie Commission report, in favor of a three-year norm," lie said. Miassiachuseltibs Institute of Technology's special commission of faculty and students this year recommended MIT "retli- reict.some of its education aW research objectives." The onepqrt called for revaimp- KHC to Accept Bids On Four Big Projects TOPEKAl (AP) — The Kansas Highway Commission will accept bids June 17 on four major projects, Highway Director John D. Montgomery announced today. The projects are: Kingmian County—grading, bridge and surfacing on U.S. 54, extending the four-lane highway westward 1 4.4 miles to Kansas 17. Butler County—surfacing on newly-graded U.S. 54 from El Dorado southward eight miles to Kansas 96. Wyandotte 'and Johnson counties'—paving interstate 635 bypass from Santa Fe viaduct in Argentine District 2.6 miles southward to Overland Park. Norton <* Couniby—grading and bridge on U.S. 283. tog freshman and sophomore years "to provide a more coherent intellectual foundation 'for professional education" and "<;o offer students opportunities moms, appropriate to their individual needs and talents." Dr. JB. Lamar Johnson, pro- fessor'of higher education at UGLA, is a member of a committee of .faculty, students/, laymen and adiminbtraitors appointed to seek innovaitive solutions of pressing Campus prob- terns. " • "If'a student feels that he already knows what; a required course aims to do, he should be allowed to take a test. If he passes it, he will get ereddit for ithe couTise," he suggested at 'a recent meeting. In California, Glenn S. Dumke, chancellor of California's state colleges, has ordered a study that will seek "•ways of permititing higher education requirements to be melt ouitside of typical campus settings." ' K i t-t r e 11, • a small predominantly black two-year college in North Carolina, began reorganizing its academic curriculum in 1988 in a "systems approach" to instruction. "Umdeir this systems approach," said school president Lamie G. Horton, "responsibility for causing learning is placed squarely on the shoulders of the teacher." A total of '135 four-year schools have inaugurated occupational programs thait re Page • finrtlcn City Thursday, June 3, W71 quire less than four years, according to Allan W. Ostar, executive director of the American Association of ' State Gol- leges and Universities. [ The reason, he said, is that "half of aM jobs opening.up in the 1970s will requhie training beyond high school but less than a four-year degree." LOW EASY TERMS! 8,000 BTU 10,000 BTU » _ • * i • INSTANT INSTALLATION! 2- Cooling speeds. Automatic thermostat. 89-371 COMPACT* SIZE CABINET. Exhaust. 2-speed cooling. 89-375 V 1 \ i' 15,000 BTU 220-Volt 18,000 BTU 220-Volt 24,000 BTU 220-Volt EVEN LESS WITH TRADE EVEN LESS WITH , TRAM WHISPER QUIET OPERATION f Built-in instant installation kit. 2 cooling speeds. 89-379 BIG COOLING POWER! 3 speeds! Push-button controls. Fresh air ventilatipn. 89-381 28,000 BTU 220-Volt EVM WHOLE HOUSE COOLING! ,3 cooling speeds! Exhaust and 'Fresh air controls. S9-38S 0.4—«/3-X Garden City, Kansas UStOURCASY CUOITM... TRUDY © Ka * fa!ta "* SywBwte. foe, |97|. -y/ 0 M rightomured. "TRUDY! YOUR !PEET ARE KILLING ME!" GARDEN CITY AREA PRIVATE CLUBS Entertainment Schedule Saturday, June 5 For Members & Guests Only AMERICAN LEGION MOOSE LODGE THE RAMBLERS Restaurant Hours 5 P.M. To 2 A.M GRAIN BIN SALOON Saturday—THE CONTINENTALS Every Wed. & Frl. THE CONTINENTALS KAT7 CLUB PARADOX "THE REBELS" CLUB CONTINENTAL Friday and Saturday JIMMY AND THE FABULOUS 4 10:30 to 2:30 Open 7 Days a Week 5 to 2:30 AM Witb.100-yds.of line. 62-133-2. limit 2 Matching 3300 Rod. 62-117-3_3.99 REELS REDUCED! A. B. 404 "BIG BEE" safe Multi-purpose reel with thumb control and Price selective anti-reverse, ^itb, 110. yds. of line. 62-133-S Zobco Heavy Duly 808 Reel with lint. 62-136-8.12.94 Safe Price Fish Fillet KNIFE Sal* Pric* 11" length. Stainless steel blade. Rosewood handle. 62-242-1 "Rapalo" Fitlwi-filU» Knife with sheath. O-242-2 -..3.34 ROD HOLDER Sal* Price Extra length to push in ground. Spiral steel. 62-242-7 36" Rod Holder. Choir height. 62-242-6..... 87< 600 MODEL All metal construction. Smooth wick-, range drag. Stainless steel spinnerhead with line. CM 34-6 Zebco 800 Heavy Duly Reel with line. 62 ma 8.99 C. 33 MOST POPULAR Exclusive Feathertouch control. Stainless I . steel cover. Anti-reverse and click. With line. PriCC 62-135-6" Zebco 909 Deluxe Reel with line. «.135-T—.14.94 Your Choice 6* 3 **K^§^1 ^r* Famous Design .Your Choice •ach Large assortment. «2-4so 4 Assorted "Shyster" typo Lur.$. «2-656-5 .,„,-., .V Permanent Magnet Electric FISHING MOTOR ftsir Safe 32" '2-speed with nylon propeller and line cutter. Operates on 6orl£ volt battery. Weighs 10-lbs. 62-940-1 3-Speed Electric Motor. 62-940-4 64.44 Battery Box. Unbr.akabl* plastic. fe2-941 .,. _ 2.84 EASY TERMS 1EBCO ROD Zebco 204 reel and 5Vz' spin- cast rod. 62-124-1 ROD & REEL JlOHeddonreel and 5%' spincast rod. 62-123-7 Zebc« 600 Reel and ' M 3600 Zebco Red.6M24-2.«..9.49 WBFUX 3366 6-fc..\vith graduated spin guides,-cork handle. 62-119 6 Zebco "Golden Coitem" Rod, Corboloy tip. 62.121-7 10.84 ' WBfUX WORM ROD. Heavy Action Sal* Price Enclosed spinning reel, trigger control, power drag. 42-I40-7 .• ••'..•' Zebco 44 Spinning R..I, stainless'stool; 62-140-811.9* 77 OUTFIT ..Temper Heavy Action »Qd. 62-118-913 Stainless steel guides. ' select cork Fiberglas rod, 77 reel, line and practice plug. 62-123.9 Johnson125 reel and 5-ft. rod. 62-124..,. .4.77 f^y BUDDY' TACKLE BOX Oklahoma So/o ; %• «MyBikMy"4*wl«*'' J2.84 Garden City

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