Education: Teaching Football Widows

Mrs. Doris Laurini, 26, is a pioneering scholar in a new field of academic study. In addition to weekend field trips, she has supplemented her extensive library research with materials obtained through that remarkable tool of educational technology, television. Her subject is football, and strange as it may seem, she is currently teaching a course in the pro game at Triton College in the Chicago suburb of River Grove. Her class is made up of "football widows," who want to learn the fine points of game watching in order to enjoy Sunday afternoons with their husbands.

Mrs. Laurini's noncredit seminar huddles Thursday...

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