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Phillips, Clarence A., chairman of the board, Heald's College, San Fran-
Probst, George E., executive director, National Commission for Coopera-
Roberts, Dean Eunice, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., repre-
Spalding, Willard B., director, Coordinating Council for Higher Education,
Analysis of library expenditures, 1960 through 1965......
"L.B.J. Dropping Old College Loan Program," from the New York
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Kline, Donald F., director, Idaho State University, with attachment,
Morton, Ben, Missouri Commission on Higher Education, to Mark
Lawrence, William C., vice president for student affairs, Eastern
Morton, Ben, Missouri Commission on Higher Education, Jefferson
Scully, Mark, president, Southeast Missouri State College, to Senators
Swenson, Glen R., director, Utah State Building Board, Salt Lake
Tiedtke, John, vice president and treasurer, Rollins College, Winter
Walker, Allen L., director of financial aid, University of Vermont,
Wilkins, Eugene G., Newark State College, Union, N.J., to Senator
Letters to Senator Morse from-
Aiken, Hon. George D., a U.S. Senator from the State of Vermont,
Boswell, Frances J., Cincinnati, Ohio, March 7, 1966.
DeAngelis, Charles E., vice president, Walter Kidde Constructors,
Fulton, R. A., executive director and general counsel, United Business
Jonasson, Frank, assistant dean of men, Oregon State University,
Jones, Lloyd M., business manager, Glenville State College, Glenville,
Morse, John F., director of the commission, American Council on
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Rafferty, Max, California Department of Education, February 24,
Schuller, Charles F., director, Instructional Media Center, Mich.
Stotler, Bruce, University of Washington, Seattle, March 5, 1966,
Title II grants by State, fiscal year 1966, under Higher Education Facilities
HIGHER EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1966
TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1966
SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION OF THE
The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 a.m., in room 4200, New Senate Office Building, Senator Wayne Morse (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Present: Senators Morse (presiding), Yarborough, Randolph, and Javits.
Committee staff members present: Charles Lee, professional staff member; and Roy H. Millenson, minority clerk.
Senator MORSE. The hearing will come to order. In opening the 3-day hearings on the Higher Education Act Amendments of 1966, the subcommittee is pleased to welcome this morning the administration witnesses who will present the case in chief in support of the proposals set forth in S. 3047, which I had the honor to introduce in the Senate, and which are contained in the House-passed companion bill, H.R. 14644.
I direct that the bills, as well as the House Education and Labor Committee report on H.R. 14644, be printed at this point in the hearings record.
(The bills S. 3047 and H.R. 14644 follow :)
89TH CONGRESS 2D SESSION
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
MARCH 7, 1966
Mr. MORSE (for himself and Mr. MCGEE) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare
To strengthen and improve public and private programs of assistance for institutions of higher education and students attending them.
1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
3 That this Act may be cited as the "Higher Education 4 Amendments of 1966".