Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 14, 1963 · Page 25
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 25

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 14, 1963
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New Look to U.S. Student Abroad Billy Strnim of Mt Kisoo,, Pag* 7B \. Y.', will cnplnin West Volnt's j <jnril<«n f'll.v Wednesday, Aug. ill t 14, imloor nnd outdoor trnck tonms next, season •CHICAGO (AP) — There's a new look — and a new purpose —to the American college student who's bound for study abroad. He's hunting for serious classroom study ami wants a program of high academic quality when he takes his year abroad. And more than likely he's going to Europe at the sophomore level, before he selects a major, rather than waiting till the cus tomary junior year. Officials at the Institute of European Studies here note these changes with interest, as well as the nuichrooming of applicants for a year's work abroad. About 2,400 students are now enrolled for all or part of the current year in European programs OFF., AND AWAY i TO college - To 3 neu) career 1 ... In anyevenT 5 we na\ie a bjonJ collection of 0 -4- • J4- JUSL- ricj/it -fashions -for r> -futile... • cotton km"t m ind 5Uec/e 16? 224 N. Main Garden City- BR 6-3551 -The Garden Spot • sponsored by American inslitu-, | tions. ! And morr arc on the way. i ; Says an institute spokesman: • I "Undergraduates make up an in-j ; creasing portion of overseas stu- j I dents each year. Just recently, I ' when the institute announced it! I would provide guidance to Amer- { ! lean colleges searching for a European full-year or one-sem-1 ester program, It was staggered! by the results. Officials of 85 colleges and universities asked for; help. As a result, 71 new pro- ! grams are being planned by the| institute, of which at least one- j third will be academic-year pro- 1 grams." : This burgeoning of enthusiasm ; for European studies pleases the institute's officials, who long have decried watercd-dowii programs, which offer vague inter-> cultural experiences or travel- with-c o 11 e g e-credit programs that may not stand up to intellectual scrutiny. i They also give their blessing \ to the sophomore year of study, because the European experience can broaden the student's gen- eral education in the liberal arts field. At the junior level, it is very possible, they say that the student's major will be taken In n field other than the humanities,• so humanities work in a foreign i university, while enriching, may sidetrack him from his specialty. ! Ver Records on Film i i COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Roc-! ords of the state's veterans of j all wars since the American Revolution have biwn microfilm- j ed, and copies can be made in 10 ; seconds, the Ohio Division of | Soldiers' Claims says. , Much of the filming was done through arrangements with the Church of Jesus Crist of Latter-j day Saints (Mormon) wihlch uses such records in helping its members trace family history for religious reasons. Division officials believe Ohio's military claims office is the first, and apparently the only, one in tin- nation to completely microfilm its records. U.S. COLLEGE STUDENTS leave the University of Vienna after attending classes there with the Institute of European Studies' Vienna program. BIG BUYS FOR BONANZA DAYS $1.00 PER YARD Group I Foil Fabrics 50% Creaslon — 50% Rayon rag. $1.98 yd. 80% Rayon — 12% Acetate — 8% Silk reg. $1.78 yd. 70% Rayon — 30% Acetate reg. $1.79 yd. Corduroy, 100% Cotton Plaid reg. $1.39 yd. 50% Rayon — 50% Acetate reg. $1.19 yd. 49C PER YARD Group II Final Summer Clearance PETTI FROST 100% Cotton, 39 inch wide reg. 89c yd. COTTON PRINTS 100% Cotton, 36 inch wide, Drip dry, crease-resistant reg. 79c yd. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Garden City, Kansas 222 N. Main Phone BR 6-5201 delight! Buster Brown HOBO... with pui'se to match. Here'* tho porfoot cotnblnutton for tho woll-tlroiiHod little xlrl. Muster IJrown'H nylon velvet HOBO slum, with colorful pltf lonthcr mvutehoH—iiml 11 nylon velvet tnirHO that mntcliOH. They'll Nhlno with little Kid ohnrni—ruiiHoii enough to show them «n*—nnd ronnon. enough to remember tho Hunter Drown livbol Htnmped In tho H!IOC. 6.99 WA 7.99 According to Sli« | *v • ^^' i BUSTER I I BROWN. | V Jt ' AUTHORIZED mil NO 8PCCIALISV wkrt* FINNEY COUNTY FREE... Spencer's Greater SHOWS All 3 Days! 27-28-29 -GARDEN CITY FAIRGROUNDS WED., AUG. 28TH 8:00 P.M Buzzy McCommon's "AUTO ff ACES Admission: Adults—$1.25 — Children—50c THURSDAY, AUG. 29th 8:00 P.M. "AMATEUR RODEO" In cooperation with the Garden City Calf Roping Club, Admission: Adults—$1.00 — Children—50c THURS. AUG. 29 8:30 a.m. AUCTION OF YOUTH DIVISION FAT LIVESTOCK WED., AUG. 28 — FREE RODEO 2:00 P.M. Kids Day Contests — Thurs., Aug. 29 — 10:00 a.m. PROGRAM Exhibit building will be open from 9:00 a.m. until I 1:00 p.m. each day. TUESDAY—AUGUST 27 Judging of Exhibit!—Soe Schedule in Fair Book TUESDAY EVENING, 7:30 p.m. FREE PROGRAM Music by the Garden City Municipal Band 4-H Club Night Program Style Revue—Livestock Parade—Talent Humbert WEDNESDAY—AUGUST 28 Judging of Exhibits—See Schedule, Page 3 WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 2:00 p.m. Free Amateur Rodao WEDNESDAY EVENING, 8:00 p.m. Buzzy McCommon's Auto Aces THURSDAY—AUGUST 29 8:30 a.m. Auction of Youth Division Fat Livestock 10:00 a.m. Kid's Day Contest, Race Track. THURSDAY EVENING, 8:00 p.m. Amateur Rodeo •*. -s. T

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