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THE MIChIGAN I)AIIA

TUESDAY, 9 MARCH 1965

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IMPROVEMENT:

Forbids Police To Tow

Bureau Accredits High Schools Cars from 'U' Property

By CLIFFORD OLSON
There are 835 high schools in
Michigan. The University's Bureau
of School Services works to im-
prove education in these schools
and has the responsibility for ac-
crediting schools within the state.
Presently 686, or 82 per cent, of
the high schools are accredited
by the bureau.
The accreditation process is
valuable to the secondary schools
as a standard for self-evaluation
and self-improvement. It is' also
used by college admissions officers
especially' in other states less
acquainted with the quality of
education in Michigan h i g h
schools.
The bureau, under the direction
of Prof. Kent W. Leach of the ed-
ucation school, sends investigation
teams to schools for pefiodic
Take Petitions
For Directory
The Board in Control of Stu-
dent Publications is now receiving
petitions by recognized student
organizations for the editing and
distribution of the summer and
fall editions of the Student Direc-
tory.
Petitions must be returned to
the board offices on the second
floor of the Student Publications
Bldg, 420 Maynard. For further
information contact the board of-
fices.

checks or for initial accreditation. being dropped usually have very
The teams interview the principal;, small enrollments. The additions
superintendent, faculty, and stu- are usually new schools, which

dent leaders and observe the daily
procedure of the school.
Asks Form
The team also requires a form
with such information as avail-
able courses, teacher qualifftation,
guidance services, extra-curricular
activities and finances.
After the investigation is com-
,pleted the bureau sends a letter
including commendation and sug-
gestions to the school admnis-
trators. Then the bureau decides
whether the school is to receive
accreditation.
An accredited school is, then
eligible to apply for accreditation
by the North Central Association
of Colleges and Secondary School$
(NCA) which works in coopera-
tion ivith the bureau. The NCA is
a regional organization which
works in 19 states. Three hundred
and three Michigan schools are
now accredited by the NCA.
Vroman, Hayden
The University, a charter mem-
ber of the NCA, is now represent-
ed by Director of Admissions Clyde
Vroman, who is president of the
NCA Board of Directors, and G.
Sutherland Hayden of the educa-
tion school, chairman of the NCA
State Committee on Secondary
Schools.
During the last four years the
bureau has dropped an average of
10 schools a year from its list of
accredited schools, while approxi-
mately 11 per year have been
added. According to Leach, those

are the result of consolidation in
rural areas, or old schools which
have been organized.
Other Tasks
The bureau once worked almost
exclusively in the area of accredi-I
tation, but now emphasizes addi-1
tional services in a consultative
and advisory capacity.
The" bureau provides secondary
school administrators with a corps
of experts, drawn from the Uni-
versity's schools and colleges.
In addition, advisors from the
engineering college, journalism
department and education school
assist in solving such problems as
structural analysis of school build-
ings, community relations, school
finances and administrative or-
ganization.

Next time you park your car il- parking last November 10. On that
legally on University property, date, James K. Sayre, '64E had,
take comfort. It's equally illegal his car towed away for illegal
for city police to tow it away, Mu- parking in the Church Street
nicipal Court Judge Francis L. parking structure.
O'Brien ruled during vacation. After impounding the car, po-
The precedent-setting decision lice searched it and found a
stemmed from a case about illegal "starter's pistol" in the glove
compartment. They charged Sayre
. . with. possession of an unregistered
To See British firearm. This charge was later
changed into a felony charge
against Sayre for carrying a con-
School GS 'stemi i cealed weapon.
Demands Examination
Around 85 education students, Sayre demanded an examination
bot undergraduate ad gradt on that count and filed a motiona
will participate in a study tour to to suppress the evidence on the!
w a psd r basis of the illegality of the search
England in May under the aus- in which the pistol was found.
pices of the education school. O'Brien ruled that the city F-
The students and some faculty lice Department had no authority,
members will leave by chartered to remove Sayre's car from the
plane May 5 and return to Ann parking structure. Because the

ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
1011 SAB.
* * *
Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting
March 10, 4 p.m., 528D SAB.
* * *
American Society for Public Admin-
istration, A discussion, March 9, 8 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham. Uni-
versity of Michigan Chapter of ASPA
is presenting a discussion by, Kent
Mathewson on -Developing Metropoli-
tan Cooperation."
Guild House, Tuesday Noon Lunch-
eon 'Discussion, "A Definition of Wel-
fare"; Resource: Elizabeth Converse,
March 9, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, 802
Monroe.
* * *
Near East Studies Club, Lecture -
"Lebanese in West Africa," March 11, F
p.m., Lane Hall,
Young Democrats, Executive Board
meeting, March 9, 6:30 p.m., 3532 SAB,
Young Republicans, Speaker: Mal-
colm Loveil, director of the Michigan
Office of Economic Opportunity, Tues..
March 9, 7:30 p.m., 3R Union.

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Abor June 2, says Prof. Claude A
Te ParleysoA. impounding and s u b s e q u e n t
IThetalents of University fac- Eggertsen, study tour director. search of the car were unauthor-
ulty and administration are also "Purpose of the tour is to offer ized, he also granted Sayre's mo-
used in bureau-sponsored confer- an opportunity for a larger group tion.r
ences or workshops. Discussion of undergraduate students than The judge said that he based his
centers around common high can participate in the University decision on the following facts:
school concerns, such as student of Michigan-University of Shef- 1) That when adopting regula-
councils, a d v a n c e placement, field Semester Abroad Program to tions, the University Regents have;
talent development (for schools' observe and study the schools in never included a provision forbid-r
sending less than 15 per cent of England at first hand," he ex- ding unauthorized parking on
their students to college) and co- plains. "The School of Education University property, and
operative testing. hopes that some day all its future 2) that the Regents have never
To raise the quality of state teachers will have a similar op- included a provision authorizing
education the bureau maintains a portunity." the removal of vehicles violating
liaison with nine inter-high-school The students will spend four ' parking restrictions.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 9
8:30 a.m.-Prof. Norman R. F.
Maier of the psychology depart-
ment will lecture on "How to
Coach and Counsel Subordinates"
in the 3rd floor conference rm. of
the Union.
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Emeritus Lily
Ross Taylor of Bryn Mawr College
will speak on "Preliminary Public
Meetings in the Forum, on the
Capitoline, and in the Circus Fla-
minius" in Aud. A.
'7:30 p=m.-Malcolm Lovell, di-
rector of the Michigan Office of
Economic Opportunity, will speak
on the "War on Poverty in Michi-
gan" in Room 3R of the Union.
8 p.m.-Prof. V. J. Steffire of
the sociology and psychology de-
partments will speak on "Some
Eliciting Procedures for Descrip-
tive Semantics" in the Rackham
Amphitheatre.
8 p.m.-Kent Mathewson, execu-
tive director of the Metropolitan
Fund, will discuss 'Developing
Metropolitan Cooperation" in the
West Conference Rm. of Rackham.
8:30 p.m.-The music school
will sponsor an organ recital by
Barbara Walz in Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The music school
will sponsor a concert by the
University Woodwind Quintet in
the Rackham Lecture Hall.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16
4 p.m.-George S. Odiorne, di-
rector of the Bureau of Industrial
Relations, will speak on "Manage-
ment by Objectives" in room 146
of the Bus. Ad. school.
4:15 p.m. - Prof. W. Norman
Brown of the Indian department
of the University of Pennsylvania
will speak on "The Search for the
Real in Indian Thought" in Aud.
F. of the P. A. Bldg.
4:15 p~m.-Arch C. Gerlach, di-
rector of the National Atlas Proj-
ect, will discuss "The History and
Progress of the Forthcoming Na-
tional Atlas of the United States"
in the East Conference Rm. of
Rackham. '
7:30 p.m. - Barry Goldstein,
former University student, will
speak on "Selma and the Rights
Movement" with representatives
of SNCC and Voince in Rm. 3B
of the Union.
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre Program will present Ed-
gar Lee Masters' "Spoon River" in
Hill Aud.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11
4:10 p.m.-X. J. Kennedy, pro-
fessor of English at Tufts Univer-
sity, will discuss "Reading of
Poems with Commentary" in Aud.
B.
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Emeritus Lily
Ross Taylor of Bryn Mawr College
will' lecture on "Voting Methods
and Places of Assembly of Cen-
turies and Tribes" in Aud. A.
4:15 p.m.-The Omega Chapter
of Phi Delta Kappa will sponsor a
seminar on the problems and pros-
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organizations, such as the Asso- weeks in London. They will visit Not Forbidden
ciation of Secondary School Prin- schools and classrooms. The judge added in his written
cipals, the Association of Student Interested persons may write opinion that even if the regental
Councils and the Association of to Eggertsen, 4024 University High regulations did forbid unauthor-
School Superintendents. School, Ann Arbor' ized parking and allow removal of
violating vehicles, "it is doubt-
ful that the property upon which
s en r ' Sayre's car was parked could be
Campus Calendar considered private property"
O'Brien explained that the state
constitution declared the Board of
4:15 p.mn.-Prof. Donna Allen tureship' will explore the ways in Regents to be a "body corporate,"
will speak on "3 Against HUAC" which a man's thinking deter- the same term that is used in de-
in Aud. A. mines his life in The First Church signating the legal capacity of
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Paul M. Meehl of Christian Science, 1833 Wash- townships and counties. Under
of the University of Minnesota tenaw Ave.-that conditinteaingastr e
will discuss "The Schizotype: A 8:30 p.m. .-The music school wwll ture from which Sayre's car was,
Method of Identifying a.Latent sponsor a cellist recital by Carolyn towed could not be considered pri-
Clinical TaxoI" in AuLd.tC Tolson in the Recital Hall, School .vate property, he ruled,
4:5pm-rf iinSatof Music. City Ordinance
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Ninian Smart U"It is the holder of this court
of the philosophy department of SUNDAY, MARCH 14
the University: of Wisconsin will 4:30 p.m.-The nnusic school will that the Police Department was
read a paperentitled "Mysticism sponsor a degree recital by So- without authority to remove the
and Religious Experience" in Rm. prano Letitia Garner in the Reci- vehicle since the ordinances of the
2003 of "AngellxHall. tal Hall, School of Music. City of Ann Arbor do not apply
a.to University property, and since
7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guild 7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guild no ordinance authorizes the re-
will present the Ann Arbor Film will present the Ann Arbor Film moval under these circumstances
Festival in the Architecture Aud. Festival in the Architecture Aud. has been adopted by the Regents
8 p.m.-The Christian Science 8:30 p.m.-The music school will of the University of Michigan."
Organization will sponsorda lecture sponsor an organ recital by Alan
on "Who's in Control?" to be given Cook in Hill Aud.
by William Correll of, the, Board 8:30 p.m.-The music school will
of Lectureship of the First:Church sponsor a recital by the Kappa Read
of Christian Science in Aud. A. Kappa Psi wind instruments in
8:30 p.m.-The Choral Union the Recital Hall, School of Music.
Concert Series will present Bari-
tone Robert Merrill, star of the
Metropolitan Opera, in Hill Aud. To Name SACJA
8:30 a.m.-The Peace Corps will Slate CommitteeC
offera iplacement test in the Civil
Service Rm. of the U. 'S. Post Prof. Richard V. Wellman of
Office Downstown Station, 220 the law school, chairman of the
N. Main St. Senate Advisory Committee on
4:30 p.m.-The music school will University Affairs, is now appoint-
present guest pianist Lonny Ep- ing a nominating committee which
stein in a Mozart recital in the will compose the slate for the
Recital Hall, School of Music. election of next year's new mem-
7 and 9 p.m,.-The Cinema Guild bers on SACUA. Faculty may con-Ev e y
will present the Ann Arbor Film tact Mrs. Susan Hamilton, SACUA
Festival in the Architecture Aud. secretary, to suggest persons who
8 p.m.-William Correll of the might be nominated for election
Christian Science Board of Lec- to the committee.

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pects for teacher certification
programs 'at the University in the
U.E.E. Aid.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present the Ann Arbor Film
Festival in the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The music school will
sponsor a French horn recital by
William McCann in the Recital
Hall of the School of Music.
FRIDAY, MARCH 12
4:15 p.m. - Prof. W. Norman
Brown of the Indian department
of the University of Pennsylvania
will speak on "The Unity of Life
in Indian Thought" in Aud. F. of
the P.A. Bldg.
ITHIRDl

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