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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Coe, (J. of I. Set Student Exch a nge IOWA CITY — Coe college of Cedar Rapids and (he IJniversl-ly of Iowa in Iowa City have established a pilot program begin ning next fall to give their students a term at their respective schools while receiving full academie credit for studies undertaken at the host institution. Purposes of the plan are to give U. of I. students the experience of studying and living in the setting of a small liberal arts college while Coe .students have th# opportunity to study in a major university, and to permit students to take advantage of unique courses offered at one institution or the other. The schools will offer the exchange-type program in the next two academic years with an initial enrollment limited to 1 IO from each. Participants apply to their I “home” institution, which will! award credit for work taken at the other. Tuition, fees, room and board will be assessed and paid to the host school. There is no application fee or special academic examination for admission. Application should be made at the registrar’s office of the “host” institution at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the term. Coe's Walker to Bengali Seminar John Walker, associate pro-j fessor of philosophy and religion at Coe college, has been chosen to participate in the Seminar for College Faculty Members on Humanistic Aspects of Bengali Studies to be held at Columbia university in New York in June. Fifteen- college professors from the United States, including IO from New York, will spend four weeks at Columbia in an intensive study cf the Bengali culture and heritage. They will return to their homes for seven weeks of individual study, and then meet at Columbia the week of Aug. 12-16 to share their research and read papers they have prepared. The program is coordinated and financed through the Center for International Programs and Comparative Studies of the University of the State of New York. Wait Don’t store it. . . sell it fast with a low-cost Classified 1 Ad. 308-8234. Killian's I 847 Rogers Bros. R brings you the gleam of silver at affordable prices! Open House Franklin junior high school will celebrate its 50th anniversary with an o|x*n house today from 2 to 4 p.m. Special invitations have been sent to former Franklin teachers. Scrapbooks, pictures, and memorabil ia will be displayed throughout the school, and refreshments will br-served. The public is invited. $ -Bg ~y Extinction Looms for Three Bird Species GENEVA (UPI) - Three bird species are just about to follow the roc into extinction, according to the World Wildlife Fund. They are the Mauritius kestrel, the Japanese crested ibis and the Puerto Rican parrot. The fund said the encroach ment of modern life is mainly responsible for declining numbers — there are a maximum of only IO of the kestrels left and a dozen at most of the two other species. Nesting sites have disappeared, the fund said, because of a reduction in forest areas. Linn Dentists To Hear D.M. Man Dr. Paul Polydoran Dr. Paul Polydoran, Des Moines dentist, will speak to the Linn County Dental society Tuesday at the Montrose hotel. The cocktail hour begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:30. His topic will be “Bladcvent Implants in Association with Prostheses”. A native of Des Moines, he was graduated from the 1/jyola university school of dentistry, Chicago. He has presented clinics on periodontics and implant dentistry at Iowa and Chicago Dental society meetings. He is a member of many dental associations and societies. Reservations for the meeting can be made by calling Dr. Igram at 365-3216. The Cedar Rapldx Gazette: Sun., Mar. IO, 1974 Feed the Birds ions cioa* iAfioi and iowa cur Killian's Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY I 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. “Spring Surprise" Offer Hanes Panty Hose SALE! Women’s Cap Toe Saddle Shoe by Crosstown PAIR FOR 2.90 6.88 Regularly I 3.00 Tie into life with a shoe that's right now in fashion. It ties you into the spring and summer sport scene. Brown with white or red with white, Cedar Rapids: Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Regularly 2 pair for 3.90 SAVE I .OOI Famous brand Hanes Everyday pantyhose now at a special savings to you! Sandalfoot sheer stretch style . . . the wear with anything pantyhose. Great for all those short summer fashions and open san-dalsl Two pair to a package. Buy several and savel Cedar Rapids: Downtown Street Floor and Lindale Plata Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Killians MONDAY ONLY SPECIAL 4-pc. Hostess Set Regularly I 8 OO SALE 14.40 SAVINGS OF 33%! 5 piece place setting consists of: 2 teaspoons, I place knife, I place fork, I salad fork Two of the most popular patterns are also available electroplated with 24 karat gold. They are Golden Renaissance and Golden Reflection. Regularly 18.75........... Now 12.00 Downtown Parkside Building LIMITED TIME ONLY! SALE ENDS MARCH 30, 1974 4 pc. Fancy Hotted Set. Regularly 26 OO SALE 30.80 ians_ V Great little pant coat for Spring with double-breasted styling Polyester-Cotton Pant Coat “Casualmaker” Dress 22.00 A lovely lightweight dress of Celanese Amel Triacetate jersey that's easy to care for. Perfect for travel as it's wrinkle-free. Choice of blue or coral in sizes I 2 to 20 and I 2Vi to 22Va. Other styles in stock. Cedar Rapids: Downtown Second Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore r------------------1 THE KILLIAN COMPANY, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 32406 Jean Joyce, Personal Shopper: Please send me the following dresses at 22.00 plus 66c state sales tax and 75c to cover postage and handling. Size I st Color 2nd Color Price Tax 75c Handling Total REGULARLY 36.00 Pantcoat is of stylish Oxford weave with a notched collar accent. Contrast stitching and self-tie belt add to the fashionable appearance of this rain or shine coat. Stain repellent coat comes in sky blue, pineapple, old salt, navy or champagne. Available in sizes 8 through 1 8. Cedar Rapids: Aisle Bar, Downtown Street Floor and Second Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Zip MONDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN'S DOWNTOWN 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. . . LINDALE NOON to 9:00 P.M. MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
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