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CALL NUMBER FOR SUMMER 1972
Quattely newslette o 6 the School o6 LibMayu and
Information Sciences, NbrthTexa State Univesity,
dittibuted to students, ex-students, and others.
Box 13796, W.T. Station Denton,Texas 76203
DATES TO REMEMBER
Classes begin, Fall Term: Tues., Sept. 5
Homecoming: November 11, 1972
Alpha Lambda Sigma Breakfast-Initiation (All members
make reservations & come) Sun. November 12, 8:30 a.m.
TLA, District VII: TCJC (NE Campus), Ft. Worth, Sept. 29 & 30
Southwestern Library Association: Nov. 1-4, 1972
(New Orleans. Headquarters: Jung Hotel)
TLA: April 4-8, 1973, Fort Worth
Kenneth Ferstl took a couple of days off in June for A.L.A. in Chicago, com-
pleted his work as a teacher during the first term of summer school, and set off for
Indiana to become a student again, after cleaning off his desk and willing his ivy
plant to both Mrs. Ledlow and Miss Thomas, thereby leaving behind him some interest-
ing competition for "Mrs. Butterworth." - Dr. Ben Guise taught his scheduled courses
during the first term and then was drafted to open a section of beginning cataloging
during the second term. - Mrs. Margaret Nichols took off the first six weeks to have
time with her family and returned to teach the second term. - Dr. Paul Kruse taught
the first term (with the exception of the first day of class when he was in Bostcn
attending the meetings of the Special Libraries Association) and then took off for
Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, and Iowa. His latest post card came from Pike's Peak.
We assume he climbed it. - Mrs. Elaine Ledlow toured Europe the first part of the
summer, and came home very excited about Munich, Switzerland, Italy, etc., etc., etc.
(we haven't seen her pictures yet, but we hope she has some). And now she is teach-
ing during the second term. - Dr. Sarah Law Kennerly taught one course during the
first term, served half-time in an administrative capacity, and took a couple of days
off for A.L.A.; this second term she is "relaxing" by teaching two courses. - Dr.
D.A. Webb, the Acting Dean of SLIS as well as librarian of NTSU, is spending half
time in the Marquis Hall office this second term and half time in his library where
he is watching the installation of the tremendous piece of sculpture in the lobby of
the library (as well as doing a few other things there). During June he took a bus-
man's holiday, going to A.L.A. and visiting various libraries. - Dr. Drucilla Motley
left in May to go to Tallahassee for the hooding ceremonies and spent some time tin
Louisiana with her family before returning to Denton to conduct the one-week insti-
tute in July and to teach the second term. - Dorothy Thomas taught the first six
weeks and departed (eventually) for Wisconsin. - Dr. Julia Avant, with a brand-new
degree, came as a visiting teacher for the first term. - Mr. Devertt Bickston,
Industrial Information Services, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, is coming to
Denton at 7:30 A.M. each morning of the second term to teach the course in Biblio-
graphy and Literature of Science and Technology. - Mrs. Velma Lee Cathey, assistant
director in charge of collection services in the NTSU Library, taught the course in
Government Documents the first term. Mr. and Mrs. Cathey are spending a good bit
of time these days at their "second home" on Moss Lake near Gainesville.
FORMER FACULTY MEMBERS
Dr. Glenn Sparks, our former Dean, is deaning again, but he swears it's temporary!
He is now the Acting Dean of the University of Texas Graduate Library School. - Miss
Jane Pool, so soon to be Dr. Pool, has accepted a position teaching library courses
at the University of Southern California. - Dr. Ed Holley, who taught here in the
summer of 1970, is now Dean of the School of Library Science, University of North
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