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BER 1,1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

PROLIFERATION:
Educators Grope
1n Federal Chaos

By G. K. HODENFIELD
Associated Press Education Writer
MIAMI BEACH - The nation's
top school officials have stolen a'
line from Jimmy Durante and
complained that "everybody wants
to get into the act."
"Everybody" in this case in-
cludes.at least 22 different federal
agencies and dozens of private
foundations. All of them have ed-
ucational programs reaching into
the classrooms from kindergarten
through college.
State superintendents and com-
missioners of education gathered
here for their annual meeting
made it clear they don't like this
situation a bit.
Cabinet Level,
One often repeated suggestion
was that the United States Office
of Education be upgraded to cab-
inet level so that the multitude of
Set Members
On Committee
The Literary College Steering
Committee has accepted four new
members from students petition-
ing for committee positions.
They are: Suzanne Koprince,
'64; Michael Maidenberg, '64;
Lynne Williams, '65, and Paul
Bernstein, '66.
The committee also announced
that next semester's chairman is
Edwin Sidman, '64, who will re-
place Jerold Lax, '63.

federal programs can be coord-
inated.
"I've been trying for months
to find out how much the differ-
ent federal agencies are spending
on education," Thomas G. Pullen
Jr., Maryland superintendent of
schools, says.
"There is such a report, I think,
but I can't understand it."
Still Waiting
Pullen says Calvin Coolidge
proposed a cabinet post for edu-
cation in 1923, "and we are still
waiting for it."
Owen B. Kierman of Massachu-
setts said "the proliferation of ef-
forts is a serious threat to the.
traditional structure of our
schools. The time is ripe for us
to pressure the gentleman at 1600
Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington
to take steps to give the United
States Office of Education real
stature."
Kierman also noted that the
delay in replacing Sterling M. Mc-
Murrin, who resigned as commis-
sioner of education in July, re-
flects the lack of authority that
goes with the post.
Functions Confused
Edgar Fuller, executive secretary
of the group, the Council of Chief
State School Officers, warned
however that in the federal gov-
ernment size and leadership often
are confused.
"It's easy to get way out on
Cloud Nine, completely detached
from the educational facts of life
.. and that's what often happens
in Washington," he said.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP
By JEAN TENANDER their right to dissent peacefully ing discrimination. The resolution
and H. NEIL BERKSON will be protected, we cannot, and asked the university housing office
PROVIDENCE--Brown;Univer- will not, stand in support of stu- to refer to the council the name
sity President Barnaby C. Keeney dents who violate the law." of any landlord who has been re-
has appointed a three-man com- * * * ported twice as a policy violator.
mittee to help carry out a univer- SWARTHMORE - Swarthmore * * *
sity policy which seeks abolition College's program, encouraging PROVIDENCE-The Sigma Nu
of restrictive religious and racial Negroes to seek a college educa- chapter at Brown University is
clauses by all Brown fraternities. tion, will move into operation over seeking the aid of other chapters
* * * the Christmas holidays. The pro- in working toward the elimination
SYRACUSE-No disciplinary ac- gram works through representa- of discriminatory clauses within
tion will be taken against seven tives who visit high schools and the national fraternity in antici-
graduate students at Syracuse speak with interested students. pation of the 1964 national con-
University arrested two weeks ago * * * vention.
for participation in a CORE-spon- GAINESVILLE, Fla.-The first Members of the Brown chapter
sored apartment sit-in. phase of a fact-finding survey will attempt to enlist wide-spread
In a statement released by the dealing with the benefits of United isup rtelaues. Tey will contanue
dean of men and women's offices, States National Student Associa- to make the issue of fraternity
it was noted that "on the issue of tion membership has begun at the discrimination one of moral signi-
freedom to protest any grievance, University of Florida. USNSA has ficance, rather than of expediency.
we have long been committed to been strongly opposed by the in-
an acknowledgment of the stu- terfraternity council and the pan-
dent's right to dissent, peacefully hellenic council. The survey has To Study Theory
within the limits of the laws of been initiated by the student gov-
the community, state, nation and ernment. Of Psychology
university policy. Our insistence *
on observance of respect for law LOS ANGELES - The student Prof. Silvan Tompkins of Prince-
as a fundamental responsibility of legislative council of the Univer- ton University will speak on "A
citizenship in any community is sity of California at Los Angeles Theory of Affects as Primary Mo-
equally clear. unanimously approved a resolu- tivators" at 4:15 today in Aud. B.
"In the present case we are ad- tion calling for a new statement The program is part of the psy-
vising students involved that while of university policy opposing hous- chology colloquium series.

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