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NITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONTENTS

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May 13, 1961

Conley, Dr. William, president of National Catholic Education Associa-

tion and assistant to president of Marquette University, representing

the National Catholic Welfare Conference; accompanied by Dr. Ray- Page

mond McCoy, Xavier College--

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Lowell, Dr. C. Stanley, associate director of Protestants and Other

Americans United for Separation of Church and State -

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Carlson, C. Emanuel, executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee on

Public Affairs..

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Ward, Dr. Paul L., president of Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville,

N.Y.

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Booher, Edward E., president, McGraw-Hill Book Co. and past president

of the American Textbook Publishers' Institute..

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Bent, Dean Henry, dean of the graduate school, University of Missouri, on

behalf of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State

Universities, and the State Universities Association.-

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Allen, Prof. Harold, president, National Council of Teachers of English.. 370

Knowles, Asa S., president of Northeastern University, Boston, on behalf

of the American Association of Colleges, the American Association of

Junior Colleges, the American Council on Education, and the Associa-

tion for Higher Education --

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Low, Edmon, president, Association of College and Research Libraries,

and librarian, Oklahoma State University -

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Schoemann, Peter T., chairman of the education committee, American

Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations.-

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Case, Clifford P., a Senator from the State of New Jersey --

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Brownlow, James A., president, Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO.- 414

Logan, William B., Ph. D., president, American Vocational Association,

and professor of education and director of Distributive Education

Institutes at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; accompanied by

M. E. Mobley, Ph. D., executive secretary--

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Van Deusen, Rev. Robert E., Washington secretary of Division of Public

Affairs, National Lutheran Council.

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Edwards, Wilbur S., vice-president, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,

Inc.

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Grim, Edgar, deputy superintendent of public instruction for the State of

Michigan..

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Carr, William G., executive secretary, National Education Association,

prepared statement..

Case, Hon. Clifford P., & Senator from the State of New Jersey
Conley, Dr. William, president of National Catholic Education Association

and assistant to president of Marquette University, representing the
National Catholic Welfare Conference; accompanied by Dr. Raymond

McCoy, Xavier College--

Dunne, Finley Peter, Jr., Washington director, International School

Foundation..

Edwards, Wilbur S., vice president, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,

Inc.

Prepared statement.-
Excerpts from previous testimony of Dr. Van Deusen..
Feldman, J. Arnold, executive director, American Veterans Committee

(AVC)

Fidler, William P., general secretary of the American Association of Uni-

versity Professors..

Fuller, Dr. Edgar, executive secretary, Council of Chief State School

Officers..

Grim, Edgar, deputy superintendent of public instruction for the State of

Michigan.

Hartshom, Merrill, executive secretary, National Council for the Social

Studies, prepared statement..

Hecht, George J., chairman, American Parents Committee, Inc., and

publisher, Parents Magazine.-

Improvement of statistical services of State educational agencies: A more

complete explanation of title X, section 1009---
Javits, Hon. Jacob K., a Senator from the State of New York, prepared

statement..

Kennedy, Miles D., director, National Legislative Commission, the

American Legion...

Knowles, Asa S., president of Northeastern University, Boston, on behalf

of the American Association of Colleges, the American Association of

Junior Colleges, the American Council on Education, and the Associa-

tion for Higher Education.

Prepared statement.-

Latimer, John F., president, American Classical League, prepared state-

ment..

Legislative Committee of the National Association of Secondary School

Principals, prepared statement-

Logan, William B., Ph. D., president, American Vocational Association,

and professor of education and director of distributive education insti-

tutes at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; accompanied by M. E.

Mobley, Ph. D., executive secretary

Prepared statement.--

Low, Edmon, president, Association of College and Research Libraries,

and librarian, Oklahoma State University---

Prepared statement.--

Lowell, Dr. C. Stanley, associate director of Protestants and Other Ameri-

cans United for Separation of Church and State.

Prepared statement.-

Ludington, John R., U.S. Office of Education

McCoy, Dr. Raymond, prepared statement-

MoKneally, Martin R., national commander, American Legion, prepared

statement.

McMurrin, Sterling M., U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of

Health, Education, and Welfare; accompanied by Ralph C. M. Flynt,

Assistant Commissioner for Legislative and Program Development.--

Explaining title VI proposals---

Morris, Barry, consultant, audiovisual education, State department of

education, Florida, prepared statement, containing supporting state-

ments and proposed amendments to S. 1726..

Parkman, Francis, executive secretary, National Council of Independent

Schools, prepared statement-

Rand, Jack, associate superintendent, Palo Alto, Calif..

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Articles entitled:

"Bentley Glass on Test Oaths," from the Bulletin of the American

Association of University Professors, autumn 1960-

"Historical Development of Professional Planning Education," by

the American Institute of Planners, Washington, D.C

"Long-Range Support for the Basic Program of the ACLS Provided

by the Ford Foundation," from the ACLS Newsletter of December

1960.
“Loyaltv," by Professor Griswold of Yale in the New York Times,

December 20, 1959..
“National Interest and the Teaching of English,” by the National

Council of Teachers of English
"Problems in Administration of the National Defense Education

Act," by Elaine Exton, in the Washington Post-
"Teller Links Future to Best Scientists,” by Dr. Edward Teller, in

the Washington Evening Star of May 11, 1961.-

Colleges and universities offering educational programs in planning -

Disclaimer affidavit: Nonparticipating and disapproving colleges and

universities--

Excerpts from a report on the National Defense Education Act, by the

Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.---

Government memorandums from Ralph C. M. Flynt to Senator Morse...

Letters and telegrams from:

American Association of University Women, to Senator Hill, dated

May 12, 1961.

Beadle, George W., office of the chancellor, University of Chicago,

to Senator Hill, dated May 11, 1961..

Bieker, Wm., principal, Sherman High School, Moro, Oreg., to

Senator Morse, dated March 31, 1961.

Borton, Hugh, president, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa., to

Senator Morse, May 12, 1961.,

Bowen, Howard R., president, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, to

Senator Morse, May 11, 1961.

Bromlette, C. Bader, president, Champlain College, Burlington, Vt.,

to Senator Aiken, dated December 29, 1960..

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Letters and telegrams from—Continued

Burt, Samuel M., executive secretary, International Graphic Arts

Education Association, to Senator Morse, dated May 10, 1961..
Christensen, 0. C., Jr., secretary, Guidance Advisory Committee,

Department of Education, Salem, Oreg., to Senator Morse, dated

May 11, 1961..
Cox, Lucile, E. G. Glass High School, Lynchburg, Va., to Senator

Robertson, dated March 17, 1961 --
Dean, Howard E., secretary, American Association of University

Professors, University of Oregon Chapter, to Senator Morse,
containing letter concerning disclaimer affidavit requirement.-
Dickey, John S., president, Dartmouth College, to Senator Morse,

dated May 12, 1961.
Dixon, James P., Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, to Senator

Morse, dated May 10, 1961..
Dulton, W. C., Jr., executive director, American Institute of Planners,

to Senator Morse, dated May 13, 1961, containing a policy state-

ment.
Elder, J. P., professor of Greek and Latin; dean, graduate school of

arts and sciences, Harvard University, to Senator Hill, dated

May 10, 1961.
Ellis, Elmer, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., to Senator
Clark, dated March 16, 1961.-

To Senator Morse, dated May 12, 1961 -
Else, Gerald F., chairman, Department of Classical Studies, Uni-

versity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, to Senator Hill, dated May 8,

1961, containing statement adopted by American Classical League-
Faust, Clarence, Fund for Advancement of Education, to Senator

Morse, dated May 11, 1961.-
Ferguson, Charles A., director, Center for Applied Linguistics of the

Modern Language Association of America, to Senator Morse,

containing copies of The Linguistic Reporter
Finkbreiner, Daniel T., II., secretary of the faculty, Kenyon College,

Gambier, Ohio, to Senator Hill, containing statement of principles--
Gill, Margaret, executive secretary, Association for Supervision and

Curriculum Development, to Senator Morse, dated May 10, 1961--
Glass, Bentley, president, American Association of University Pro-

fessors, to all members of the Senate Committee on Labor and
Public Welfare and the House Education and Labor Committee

containing three resolutions...
Goodbread, Louise, secretary, Hillsborough County Latin Council,

Tampa, Fla., to Senator Smathers, dated February 21, 1961.---
Greene, William C., former president, American Philological Associa-

tion,'to Senator Hill, dated May 9, 1961. ---
Gunderson, Robert G., Speech Association of America, Bloomington,

Ind., to Senator Morse, dated May 10, 1961, containing action
reports M and R..
Harrington, Fred H., vice president for academic affairs, University

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., to Senator Morse, dated May 11, 1961 -
Harlman, Warren J., Board of Christian Education, Evangelical

United Brethren Church, Dayton, Ohio, to Senator Morse--
Henle, R. J., S.J., vice president and dean, St. Louis University, to

Senator Morse, dated May 12, 1961
Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., a V.S. Senator from the State of Minne-

sota to Senator Morse, dated May 12, 1961, containing a prepared

statement
Hutchisson, Elmer, American Institute of Physics, New York, to

Senator Hill, dated December 29, 1960.-
Jenkins, H. E., president, Tyler Junior College, Tyler, Tex., to

Congressman Beckworth, dated April 13, 1961.
Kent, John H., professor of classics, University of Vermont, to Senator

Prouty, dated February 24, 1961.-
Kraus, Dr. Silvy, liaison officer, and George W. Clarke, president,

National Council of Teachers of English, Oregon chapter, to Senator

Morse.
Kraushaar, Otto F., president, Goucher College, Towson, Md., to

Senator Morse, dated May 12, 1961, containing statement in sup-
port of S. 1726

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