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April 4, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 29

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••-A-UJHOCK AVAIANCHE-JOURNAU* Priqay Evening. April 4. I97S Colleges Also Oflferi *~s •'*•• ' ."•• ' .v:;':.' ^:.; : ,/:-"'i ;> -^v- 1 ,-,,..,' ..,>•.;••••• • • • By The Associated Press Looking tor a new vacation spot tor the family? Go baofcs' school. Vacation spots such as ..4*8- pulco, Hawaii and San Frth- cisco have been joined by such exotic plactjg as.Oxfoi-d, Obk>; Euijene, Ore.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Ithaca, N.Y.; and Claremont, Calif. Universities in these U.S. cities arc offering vacation courses for the family this summer. The programs, designed for the colleges' alumni, offer a living-learning situation for children and adults. They range in length from three- days to one: 1 week, and in weekly .cost from $8-1.50 Ao 5345 for single adults and from $35 to $220 lor children. Topics Vary Seminar topics vary from a series of workshops with no ovef-all theme to as many as fouj separate courses offered by pne university, Subject mat- ter'may include the history of the Soviet Union, the energy crisis, the economy and American history.' For example, Miami (Ohio) University plans an "Education Vacation" program.for June 1620. It is preceded by the annual alutrini weekend during commencement. Alumni director Douglas M. Wilson described, the program as-"a serious academic effort to offer 'an in-depth, interesting and stimulating educational program ,io all . alumni and friends." Miami's Jiducatkw VacaUoa hich Inclwfc room, board and ; instruction, rang* from $69.5Q for children under U to 184.50 e^jxfcy efcc. " . '' , Tiin<^8«t A»M« : .< v ' . .The program ^tefne. "Energy Problems: A' National Crisis," features seminars on "Energy and Society," "Energy Resources" and "Atomic Energy."- Time is set aside for sports, picnics, movies, dancing and just plain relating. The Miami children's program, divided into two age groups,'offers games, trips and service projects designed to acquaint the participants with the sources, harnessing and use of energy. ' ; Brown, Dartmouth, Colgate, Cornell and Pomona also offer a children's program at reduced prices. But Harvard, the University of Oregon and Stanford offer no children's program in their vacation education plans. George Brunelle, 'director of continuing education for the Stanford Alumni Association, says their program appeals to people seeking an intellectual experience, "those who want more than just a vacation." Reshaping- American Dream Stanford's program, now 5n its 10th year, consists of four professors providing a total of 16 lectures and .seminars, one field trip and several evening excursions. This year the theme is "The Reshaping of the American Dream," The Almanac TODAY IN HISTORY Enrollment- in the Stanford program in the put decade has averaged KS" students, 'ranging In age from 28 to 80, Brunelle •jaw.', - v,v# ,..;' , ;:, , Thie university has a nona- lumni fee.; that i* $12 higher ihan the alumni prices of $170 for day-commuter students and 5325 for resident students. Although most universities open their summer courses to nonalumni, some — such as the University of Michigan — offer just an -alumni-only program. Others, such as Harvard, admit nonalumni only if there is space. Colgate will admit nona- lumni if they are contributors or parents of students or alumni. High Schoolers Admitted Most colleges offer one weeklong seminar or a series of seminars, and a few, such as the University of Oregon, Cornell and Harvard, feature several separate programs. The University of Oregon summer alumni program courses will be held simulta- neously Aug. 13-23 with "Crime and Justice" and "Conflicts in the American Economy" as themes, --y' v> , : : ' . Although Oregon offers no children's programming, high school-age teens are allowed to participate if accompanied by their pupil-parent. __In_addition to sponsoring two separate, week-long programs during a four-week period, Cornell offers two workshops in various fields each .week,* , Harvard offers a geographical diversion, with three separate weekly courses in Cambridge, Mass,, and a three-day program at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Cor Mini 8-TRACK S Today is Friday, April 4, the 94th clay of 1975 with 271 to follow. The moon is between its 1st quarter and new phase. The morning stars are Mercury, Mars and Jupiter. '. The evening Stars arc Venus and Saturn. ... Those born on this date are Under the sign pf Aries. Dorothy Lynda Di.x. American pioneer of prison reform, was born April •}, lS02. On this clay in history: In 1841,' President William Harrison died of. pneumonia one month after being inaugurated. John Tyler became the first vice-president to become chief executive due to a death. In 1933, 73 crew members were lost when the U.S. Navy dirigible "Akron" foundered in a storm and fell into the ocean off Barnegat Bay, N.J. In 19C8, Negro civil, right leader Martin Luther King was asassinated in Memphis. Tenn. James Earl Ray pleaded guilty and was convicted 11 months later and sentenced to 99 years in prison. : In 1974, the worst rash of tornadoes in '19 years killed nearly 350 in 11 states. Also that day, Atlanta's Hank •Aaron ; tied Babe Ruth's Itomc run record with his 7Mh at Cincinnati. A thought for the day: British lecturer Jolm Collins said, "Mistrust a subordinate who never finds . fault with his superior." EPA Detects Oil Spill In Houston DALLAS (UPI) — The Environmental Protection Agency says oil spills and slicks b£ undetermined origin may be on their way out in the Houston Ship Channel because of an .infrared detector. The detector, which will detect any slick that is thick enough to carry a visible-sheen, lias been at work in the channel since March 15. The sensor was developed by Rambie, Inc., of Irving, and provides early warning of spills before the cost of cleanup and environmental damage gets out of hand. The U.S. Coast Guard surveys and monitors the opera tional activities of the device while' the EPA makes opera tional' decisions. RECORDS A full line of Singfei and Sitr*o tP Alburm. You may litttn before you buyt U.V. 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