Derthick, Lawrence G., Commissioner of Education; accompanied by
Ralph C. M. Flynt, Assistant Commissioner, and Division of Statis-
tics and Research Services, Dr. Roy M. Hall and Dr. Kenneth D.
Norberg; Division of Higher Education, Dr. Lloyd E. Blauch, Dr.
Homer D. Babbidge, Jr., Dr. Ralph C. Bedell, Peter P. Muirhead,
Dr. J. P. Elder, and Dr. William R. Parker; Division of State and
Local School Systems, Dr. E. Glenn Featherson, Dr. John R. Lud-
ington, Dr. Herbert A. Smith, Lloyd W. King, Dr. Frank Wellman,
and Dr. George C. Decker, Division of Vocational Education, James
H. Pearson; Dr. James E. Gibbs, Jr., State School Systems, Chief
in Charge of the State Statistical Improvements: Allen Lichten-
berger, Stanley Smith, Paul Reason, and Jack Hughes..
Statements, letters, documents, etc.:
Colleges that have filed formal statements with Office of Education
that they have not participated in student loan program because
of objection to section 1001 (f) of National Defense Education Act__
Counseling and guidance training institute program under title V-B,
by State and institute_-_
Graduate programs proposed under title IV, National Defense Edu-
cation Act of 1958, listed by subject, State, institution, and number
of fellowships requested---
Oath and affidavit, national defense student loan program_
National Advisory Committee, classifications and members_
National Advisory Committee, news release January 16, 1959, U.S.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education,
re graduate fellowship program__
New York Times, article, January 25, 1959, "University Heads Hit
Loyalty Oath-Presidents of Yale, Harvard, and Princeton Protest
Clauses in U.S. Act".
Renne, Roland R., president, Montana State College, letter and allo-
cation table re $6 million to colleges and universities, to Hon. Lee
Metcalf, a Representative in Congress from the State of Montana__
Status report as of February 18, 1959-Titles III and V, part A, Na-
tional Defense Education Act-status of State plans___