Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 13, 1961
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30 T?ine arts, languages, speech And literature are offered Dr. W. LeGrand Maxwell, Chairman fraternity. The University Drama Depart. _..... . ment has an outstanding reputa- Offerings m Division I are pri- t^ for qualil y. j^s. -William marily those of the Humanities £,.4^ j^ piac^ a particularly includng foundation courses to fall g^ for ihose interested in the liberal arts cumculum Early this field Partici p a ti on in o ia ys in his campus life the. Up per and other dramatic experience Iowa student becomes familiar on cam ^ had on either with the supporting courses of a credit or nonJcredit basis . Plays this division. a,.,, organized and developed on Languages are becoming more tasis important on the Peacock cam- student judgements ^ respect- pus and soon all students will ^ Accredit ed courses in Play avail themselves of the oppor- production and interpretative tumties offered. The true liberal ^0^ ^^ delightful and de- arts school offers a complete ve i opme ntal experiences for f 0 ^ "L- **?* ¥ PP J^, ^*? t 11056 interested. Alpha Psi erne's fflhng this gap «ijptendid style ^ ^ national dramatic fra- with the possibihiy of all re- ^mity. Eligibility for member- quests being fiUeo. Mr. Douglas, sb i p . requtos participation in Dr. Longar andjfc iUchard Cterk pls ^ produced. are -well equipped to handle «riii Tj^iversfty Art Depart- Co&efffi Edition **** Executive Committee; Wen- "Tuition Plan, Inc., will finance __T*_I*_ 11 ioei deU Bradley, assistant professor not only the tuition but all fees Yr«dM*dar, September 13. 1881 of p^^ 3^ mathematics to listed in the catalog, such as Fayette Leader Fayette, low* the scholarships Committee; room, board, laboratory fees, Miss Helen Monserud, professor music, uniforms, and other addi- of sociology and political science tional expenses incurred in col- and Dr. Clark to the Athletic lege," he said. Committee. In addition to allowing payment at college costs on a monthly basis, the longer term plans include life insurance which will provide for payment of all the remaining contract in the event of the death of the parent who signed the contract. Under a one-year plan, pay- The officials of Upper Iowa ments are made in eight equal have arranged with The Tuition monthly amounts, under the two- Plan, Inc., of New York City, to year plan there are 20 payments; offer a monthly payment service for three years, 30; and for the permitting coverage of tuition four-year course, 40. and other charges out of regular Tuition Plan, Inc., is presently inosme, in order to meet the in use by well over 600 schools growing problem of college costs and colleges, and their payments. Information on the new Upper According to Victor C. Crafton, Iowa service can be obtained Tuition plan helps Finance education DR. LEGRAND MAXWELL language needs on. the campus. mea t is headed by Miss Rachel students they are given orienta- year plan. The English Department is VanCIeve. : This year finds an en- tion lessons in, the use of the li* headol **:»&."jaward Bradley larged faculty aad an expected &*&• M* 38 Ivadell Brause, of the - for the iBchodi^elir 4961-62. While expansion, «sf student interest in library staff, very capably pre- Miss Grace Ifeyer will be.missed this area. Comses in this depart- s^* 5 ^e 36 lessons. • in this capacity, we are fortunate ment are designed to meet the «! courses in Division I come to nave others on the staff who student need Jbr creative activ- ""»<*«• &£ general heading of Hu- are qualified to carry out the ity m painting^ graphic arts, de- inanities. Some oourses in all the , EngliA literature, grammar, com- sign and History for both cultural above areas a™ needed m the de- munication skills and reading and professional .purposes. Art velopment of a well educated programs with efficiency. Appreciation is offered as an al- person. All freshmen are required to ternative choice for filling group We hope that all freshmen will -take Communication Skills as a requirements for graduation. make the most of the opportun- general course in English, Those The Department of Music at ities offered at Upper fowa Uni- -dgre&nen who are not qualified Upper Iowa offers complete de- versity. •to meet reading standards in velopment in this aesthetic area. bursar, use of the new deferred monthly payment plan will enable parents and students to plan the handling of college costs on a one, two, three, or even a ibur- from the business office. Try An Ad In The Leader .speed and comprehension are re- Opportunities in music are many University curriculum • quired to register for Reading and varied. The. departmental r\j ^^j t work-hcm Improvement under Miss Harriet aims are to develop musical i-«scu*&eu ai wonisnop Ranney. These two courses fur- tastes, musicianship and a gen- The annual faculty workshop nish basic tools for successful eral cultural growth in students. \vas held Friday and Saturday •work in college. With present day For those who wish to special- of last week under the direction stresses there is a vast need for ize in music, a complete thirty-six of Edward Bradley, new presi- rapid learning about materials, credit hour advanced training dent of the Faculty Professional fW'"social and emotional freedom* course is offered. This includes Club. and-'economic success. For this Basic Principles of Music, Mus- The workshop this year dealt reason'reading comprehension icianship, History of Music, with the revision of the Univers- aod writing skill must be master- Counterpoint, Conducting and ap- ity's curriculum. Several recom- ed at an early point in ones edu- plied music courses. Vocal and mendations regarding the curric- cational development. instrumental ensemble work and ulum have been formulated and For those students wishing to solo performances give complete will be presented to the admin- major or minor in English, class- practical experience in music istration for consideration. es in American, English and throughout the college life of stu- During the business meeting world literature are offered, dents wishing to make music a of the faculty Friday morning, Courses in creative writing and delightful profession in either Dick Clark, assistant professor college grammar are also avail- teaching or ether areas. of history, was elected to the Uni- able. All students are required to %-ersity's Curriculum & Credits All students who do not major register for Understanding Music Committee. Other elections in- or mmor in English are expected or the alternative art course men- eluded Dr. Charles Clark, Malt- to take one literature course. Lit- tioned earlier. These are interest- bie Professor of Government to erary Masterpieces is recom- ing, valuable and popular courses mended to fill this requirement, on the campus. The national English Frater- Choir, band and small musical nity is Sigma Tau Delta, an or- ensembles are available for all ganiratioh interested in creative interested students whether or •svriling. not they plan to major or minor All freshmen are also required in music. Gamma Mu Sigma is to register far a two hour course the musical fraternity. Partidpa- iii fundamentals of Speech. Addi- tion in musical activities makes tional courses are also offered in the student eligible for member- this area and students should ship. avail themselves of the oppbrtun- Recently a 350 watt radio ities to fill their expressive needs transmitter has been procured before the public. Mr. Edward by the University. This is housed Bradley is in charge of this area, in the Griffith School of Music The forensic program is under and will function as one of the the direction of Mr. Richard cultural and news outlets for the Clark. Students have the oppor- University. The station will be Jtunity to participate in numerous activated as soon as mechanical •tournaments and speech festivals, details for its use are completed. Pi Kappa Delta is the speech Early in the freshman Me of WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY BOTH NEW AND OLD We will be happy to be of service to you in any of your banking needs. — Come in and get acquainted — You'll find our staff FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS Oelwein State Bank Oelwein, Iowa WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY We Hope To See You At The COFFEE NOOK Fayette, Iowa MONTGOMERY WARD O E L W E I N save 3.1O DOI-LON® VINYL JACKETS FOR MEN LOOK LIKE LEATHER 12 MO. I5.fi LUUTIO QUANTmil • New hip length • Dashing shawl collar • Handsome knit trim Washes so easily! 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