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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Program
Notes
The Beaux Arts Trio of New
York, composed of Menamen
Pressler, piano, Daniel Guilet, vio-
lin, and Bernard Greenhouse, cel-
lo, will present the third concert
of the 22nd Annual Chamber Mu-
sic Festival at 2:30 p.m. today.
French Horn...
Louis Stout, French horn in-
structor, and Glennis Stout, flute,
will give a public recital at 8:30
p.m. today in Aud. A.
They will be assisted by Eugene
Bossart, piano; Nelson Hauenstein,
flute; Vincent Schneider, French
horn; Clyde Thompson, string
bass; and Richard Massmann and
Albert Cohen, violins.
Pianist-...
Pianist Muriel Kerr of the Uni-
versity of Southern California fac-
ulty will present a public concert
at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday in Aud. A.
Bass Clarinet,...
Rudolf Radocy, Grad, bass clar-
inet, Patricia Parker, '63SM, piano,
assisted by Marjorie Stettbacher,
'64SM, clarinet, will give a. con-
cert at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
Lane Hall Auditorium.
Organist...
Alexander Ryan, Grad, organist,
will give a concert at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Hill Auditorium.
Forum...
A composers forum will be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. Friday in Aud.
A.
Composers who will be there will
include David Schwartz, Roger
Reynolds, Gregory Kosteck, David
Maves, and Uel Wade. Discussion
will follow the concert.

Paper Notes Social Work's
Trend from Specialization
By HARRY PER LSTADT have requirements for field re-
Special To0The Daily search in specific areas.
LANSING-The trend in social Electives Supplement
work curriculum is away from spe- The use of electives in the sec-
cialization and towards a general and year could supplement field
background of knowledge, a pan- instruction. However, Fauri said
el of deans from three universities that he was not advocating sep-
agreed Friday at a student spon- arate concentrations and was in-
sored conference at Michigan State terested in the unitary nature of
University. social work.
The deans, Gordon J. Aldridge Brink looked forward to the day
of MSU, Charles B. Brink of when all graduates in social work
Wayne State University, and Fe- would be generalists and could
dele F. Fauri of the University's blend basic knowledge into either
social work school, commented individual or group situations.
favorably on a paper presented by
Prof. Charles Lebeaux of Wayne
State.
Prof. Lebeaux explained that at
present students concentrate in
either case work, group work, or
community organization.
There is an attempt too give the
case worker a smattering of group
work and vice versa. But there is
not time in the present two year
programs for a student to become
familiar with another field of con-
centration.
Case Work
The trend is towards a general
social work theory which drops
emphasis on case work or group
work and re-emphasizes social
work, Prof. Lebeaux said.
Dean Aldridge commented that
social work skills are ultimately
taught and learned through prac-
tice.
The two year program should
lead to competence in social work
through one area rather than the
present case work-group work
smorgasbord. Q
Dean Fauri explained that em-
ployes and agencies still recognize
the different specializations and

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Russian Education Unsuited for U.S.

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"NEW SOVIET MAN?"-According to Fred M. Hechinger in his
book, "The Big Red Schoolhouse," Russia wants to educate the
"new Soviet man" and if it means changing the educational doc-
trine overnight, then it will be done.

if a student fails his achievement
test, he is dropped into a techni-
cal or labor school.
Student-Teacher Ratio
The problems of the American
system revolve around the finan-
cial situation of the schools. The
United States' student-teacher ra-

tion in 1956 was 26 to 1; the Soviet
Union's was 17 to 1.
The .Russians allotted 7.4 per
cent of their total income for edu-
cation while the United States
spent about 1.5 to 2 per cent. Even
though the total Russian income
is less than the United States,
the stress is still significant.

STARTS TODAY
AT THE
CAMPUS
DIAL NO 8-6416

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Was Ledoa n innocent
intruder? An instrument
of love, of beauty,
passion ... of
self-indulgence?
A new work b Claude Chabrol with
Antoneall LMadi in the title role
starring Jean-Paul Belmondo
and Madeleine Robinsn,hone F
:The Golden Cup at the Venice Film Festirl

DIAL NO 5-6290
Be happy today at 1, 3,5, 7, 9 P.M.
A RIOTOUS NEW TWIST IN THEEJ
ART OF GENTLE PERSIASION.I
THOSE PILLOW TALK" PLAYMATES ARE AT IT AGAIN
IN A NEW HILARIOUS LOVE STORY!
oCK Hudson

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