THE MICHIGAN DAILY
1 .: 1959THE MIHIGAN DAIL
School Commission Chief To Talk Here
J. Lloyd Trump, director of the
Commission on the Secondary
School, University of Illinois, at
Urbana, will address an invitation-
al architectural conference here on
"New. Schools for New Education"
next Monday through Wednesday.
He will speak on the architectural
objectives as seen by his commis-
sion at the. opening session in the
Rackham Amphitheater at 10 a.m.
Monday. His talk will be supple-
mented by a short film.
The session will be opened by
the Vice-President for Research
and Dean of the Graduate School
Ralph A. Sawyer, who will speak
on the significance of the relation
between architecture, education,
and the University research pro-
The session is open to all those
The workshop conference will be
attended by approximately thirty-
five architects, educators, school
administrators, and people from,
other fields or academic disciplines
interested in the secondary school.
The conference is sponsored by
the architecture department,'
whose chairman is Prof. Walter B.
Sanders, and it will be supported
by a $25,000 grant from the Ford
Foundation's Educational Facilities
Laboratories, Inc. The Education
school will also participate.
The conference's purpose is to
explore the architectural implica-
tion of the suggestions advanced in
Trump's "Images of the Future: a
New Approach to the Secondary
This report urges a shift away
from the conventional classroom
of a fixed size, with a teacher and
some thirty odd students, into a
new arrangement whereby each
student will spend a part of the
day in groups of 150 or more, for
lecture and general instruction.
Another part of the time could
be spent in groups of fifteen to
eighteen, for seminar discussions,
and the rest of the time in indi-
vidual private study.
Ten To Participate
Ten nationally known school
architects, will participate in the
conference. These architects are
preparing drawings, models, and
other architectural exhibits that
will illustrate their ideas for im-
plementing the recommendations
of the Trump Commission report.
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The University will receive over
$50 thousand in government funds
for Russian and Arabic Language
and Area study centers.
The money, which 'will . be
matched by the University, has
been given as two of the 19 such
contracts awarded annually under
the National Defense Education
Act. The purpose of the centers is
to increase the University's cur-
riculum in the two languages.
As a result of the contracts six
new courses have been added to
the Slavic Department curriculum
and an intensive Arabic course
has been added to the Depart-
ment of Near Eastern Studies.
Two new Russian history courses
have been added under the aus-
pices of the interdepartmental
Committee on the Program on
Russian studies and a number of
new instructors have been added
in Russian language courses.
There is also a provision in the
contract for special visiting lec-'
turers, additional library and
source materials and clerical help.
During the summer, the pro-
gram will be expanded to include
intensive Russian language courses
and a detailed course"on the So-
Related to the newly designated
centers, the National Defense Edu-
cation Act has awarded 16 fellow-
ships for future teachers in the
Slavic and Near Eastern Studies
Mass Meetn oN
Buro-Cats will hold a mass meet-
ing at 7 p.m. today at the League.
Those attending the meeting will
see previews of Soph Show, Mus-
ket and a Gilbert & Sullivan pro-
duction. Mass meeting, with the
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The invited conferees will review
and analyze the various presenta-
tions prepared by the ten archi-
tects Monday afternoon.
To Provide Material
The sessions will go on continu-
ously, mornings, afternoon, and
evenings, until next Wednesday
Prof. C. Theodore Larson, pro-,
ject director, said it is expected
that the conference evaluations,
along with the architcetural draw-
ings and models, will provide ma-
terial from which a companion re-d
port can then be prepared for
distribution to the 80,000 school
districts throughout the nation
which have already received copies
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Jane Sommerfield, '62, of the
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an age that produced such men as
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