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G. G. Hill Directo)- of Departnioit BUSINESS EDUCATION Lejl to right: Drumhellcr; Thomas; Willhite; Hill, Head of Department; Rowland; Webb; Farrell; McLuckie; Arntz; Shouse An innovation in the Business Education Department this year was the addition of a special course in commercial art for those stu- dents enrolled in the Retail Selling major field. In line with the National De- fense policy, the Business Educa- tion Department went on a Na- tional Preparedness Program basis during the second semester. Special non-credit drill courses open to all students of the Department were ofTered in machine practice, short- hand dictation, typing skill, and laboratory work in bookkeeping. Right: A test in the- making U t: " Hello! Grand Hotel " THE 1941 OAK 27
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SUPERVISING TEACHERS Joseph M. Uhler John Davis Director of Supervisor of Teacher Educatio i Laboratory School First row: McLuckie, Borge, Porter, Bealor, Hesse, Rink, St. Clair, Hart, Marshall, Kough, Miller Second row: Thomas, Murdock, Hartsock, Remley, Rankin, Mcl.can, Thompson. Simpson, Lowman, Price TAirii ro v: Ayres, O ' Toole, Davis, Gray, Bowen Fi l i row: Russell, Anderson, Ciraham, I ' hler, Zimmerman, Moss With the completion of the Lab- oratory School greater opportuni- ties for student teaching on the campus are ofTered. Dr. Uhler, Director of Teacher Education, now has under his su- pervision elementary and junior high school student teachers. Demonstration teaching, a new gym, and the addition of the tenth grade have all aided in establishing a more efficient Laboratory School. Mr. Davis, Director of the Lab- oratory School, coordinates the school with the program of student teaching, demonstration, and ob- servation. Left: Junior high botanists Right: Embryonic engineers 26 FACULTY
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MUSIC EDUCATION Seated: Dunlap, Borge, Lowman, Cheyette, Prutzman, Remsberg Standing: Hughes, Stitt, Muldowney, Remley, Reed, Bealor FACULTY Irving Chevette Director of DepartineJit A music teacher nuis lTa e more than a knowledge of music. He should ha " e a broad educational outlook. In order to meet these specifications set u]) 1) superin- tendents, this Department ' s cur- ricuhmi is kept flexible so as to be able to meet the changes in the field. Indiana ' s graduates are well pre- pared because of the excellent fac- ulty and superior equii ment. Peri- odic student recitals, broadcasts, and special music jirograms play an important part in thi- De;)art- mcnt ' - work. Lejt: Potential Kreislers Right: Symphony " jam-session " 28
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