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assistants in one semester than
he would ordinarily receive in a
lifetime of classroom instruction.
Besides a full television crew
headed by its director, the teach-
er also has the assistance of a
graphic artist; a printer for maps,
a set designer, and a motion pic-
ture editor.
National and even international
attention will be focused on the U
of D campus and "off-campus"
this year.
University authorities admit
that their "experiment" will, no
doubt, have many drawbacks and
may not succeed -in appealing to
the wide audience Father Steiner
envisions.
It may only appeal to the. part
time student, impatient with ever-
increasing traffic congestion, who

might not take any courses at
all given in the traditional format.
Different Appeals.
And it may appeal to the stu-
dent who never says much in class,
or the restless student who might
function more effectively outside
the confines of a classroom.
The television faculty at U ofY
D is especially interested in the
success of one+ of the primary
goals of the program which the
granting of increased individual
responsibility to the student.m
Their premise is that the "ma-.
ture" student can work effective-
ly without the strict enforcement
of traditional rules such 'as atten-
dance.
It may take many years to de-
termine- whether the television
student will be basically "semi-
automated" or "self-propelled." k

Fontanna
To Travel
Stanley G. Fontanna, dean of
the School of Natural Resources,
will act as master of ceremonies
at the American Forestry' Associa-
tion banquet to be held in Madi-
soti,.Wisconsin, Oct. 1
He will be accompanied by G. S.
McIntire, chief of the forestry di-
vision of the Michigan Depart-
ment of Conservation.
Dean Foptanna .will introduce
featured speaker Secretary of the
Interior Fred A. Seaton. Wisconsin
Governor Vernon W. Thompson
will address the, openings session.

Missile Course Added

"Guided Missiles," a course Ini-
tiated by the Navy Department's
new defensive weapons and tech-
niques, will be offered by Michigan
Naval Reserve Officers schools for
the first time this fall.
The introduction of the course,
parallels the Increased Interest in
Michigan as a prospective site for,
the manufacture of guided mis-
siles, Captain R. C. Billbury, direc-
tor of the Naval Reserve Officers
Schoolsi n Southern Michigan,
said. s
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plant is located in the state and
contracts for two guided missile
destroyers have been awarded to
a Saginaw shipbuilding firm.
Instruction In the new missile
course will be offered in Ann Arbor
in conjunction with the University
ROTC program.

Prof. E. Wendell He'
department of civil
has been appointed a
the National Acaden
ences-National Researn
advisory committee o:
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The group advises
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