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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1956

,. _ _

MSNC Prof.
Denounces
New Code
(Continued from Page 1)
letter to the Board signed by
Claire L. Taylor, superintendent of
public instruction, accompanying
the proposals, "most inaccurately"
stated they constituted the "code
adopted and recommended by the
advisory committee."
Shaking his head sadly, Prof.
Stevens observed that if the new
code is passed after going through
four scheduled informal hearings
to be held this month, "it will be
a step backward in education in
this state."
Professional Educators I
The subcommittee revising the1
code was made up entirely of pro-
fessional educators, and no person
representing any other part of a
school's academic community took
part.
Two other subcommittees ap-
pointed at the same time as the
revision committee were to investi-
gate "general education" and pres-
ent training programs for teachers
in Michigan's institutions. From
all indications, they had no func-
tion in the reporsubmitted to the
advisory committee in December.
A stormy outburst against the
"anti-intellectual bias" of the pro-
posals came from a Michigan State
Normal professor, John Virtue, in
the College English Association
Critic.-
'Meager Knowledge'
Writing about the requirements
set up in the new code, he asserts,
" ... it would be almost impossible
for a prospective teacher to get
serious systematic training in any
subject, including the subjects he
might be called 'upon to teach.
"Meagerness of knowledge and
shallowness of culture, it appears,
are to be the earmarks of the new
schoolmaster."
To emphasize his point, Prof.
Virtue asked, "What will happen
to learned disciplines, and to the'
professions which are founded up-
on them, when the products of his
(the teacher's) ministrations reach
mature years?"

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ARMY, NAVY type oxfords-$6.88, sox
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Organization
Notices

Christian Science Organization: Testi-
monial meeting, tonight, 7:30 p.m., Lane
Hall, Upper Room.
* * *

Congregational and Disciples Guild
Bible Study class, tonight, 7:15 p.m.
Guild House, 524 Thompson.
Episcopal Student Foundation: Fac
ulty luncheon-seminar, today, 12:10 p
m., Canterbury House.
* * «
Hillel Foundation: Friday evenini
Sabbath services; Ruth Evekial of Bom.
bay, India, will speak on "Passover it
India," 7:30 p.m., Hillel.
* * *
Michigan Union: Tryouts tonight, 7:1:
p.m., Union.
Student Government Council:PNotic
to Student Organizations. Proposet
changes to existing constitutions mus
be presented to the Student Govern.
ment Council two weeks in advance o
the meeting of tpe Council at whic]
such changes are to be considered an
no later than April 30 of each year. Ana
changes in organizational structure
objectives, activities, bases of member
ship, or affiliations with other organi
zations, either local or national, mus
be presented to the Student Govern.
mentCouncil for considerations an'
shall not be consummated until ap
proval is given by the committee. Con
stitutional changes may be submitted t
Ruth Callahan in 1020 Administration
Bldg.
Westminister Student Fellowship
Roller skating party, March 23, 7:3
p.m., Presbyterian Student Center.

N HIG
A Musical Comedy4
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY,
Fri.; Sat., March 23, 24- 8:00 P.M. - $1.00
Matinee Sat., March 24- 2:30 - 75e
Tickets Available at the
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN BOX OFFICE
Wed., Thurs., and Fri. 1:00-5:00 P.M.

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