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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Promotions to Two at Coe Two administrators at college been given addi- ionsl responsibilities, according to Coo President Dr, Uo L NiMibaum. Dtan of the College Carson W. Veach has also been appointed provost, and Alan G. Mclvor Is now dean of admissions and student services with the advis- Ing and counseling center placed under his jurisdiction. Dean Veaeh has been with Coe since September, 1970. He holds degrees from St. Anselm's col- lege, Harvard university and In- diana university. He serves as vice-chairman of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest council of deans, and will serve as chairman during the academic year 1974-75 of both the ACM council and the Stillwater conference of aca- demic deans. As provost, Dean Veach will be acting in the place of the Carson W. Veach Alan G. Mclvor president whenever the pres- ident is not on campus, Mclvor holds degrees from the University of Iowa and Mac- alester college. Mclvor was appointed direc- tor of admissions in July, 1970 and was given additional re- sponsibilities in student services in 1972. Australian Will Speak Feb. 18 An Australian educator will discuss creativity and a new curriculum model with teachers and school administrators at the Joint County School System Feb. 18 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. David Cohen, associate pro- fessor of education, Macquarie university, New South Wales, Australia, has experimented with many aspects of creativity in the classroom and is interest- ed in its measurement. He has developed techniques lo foster creativity and has designed a new curriculum model geared oward the creative talents of school children. The in-service program, which will include a dialog be- ween Cohen and teachers, is under the sponsorship of the science education department of .he University of Iowa. Classes at Ambroi The Cedar Kaplds Gazette: Sun., Feb. 10. 1974 Tell Speaker for Joint Meeting Dr. R. E. D. Woolsey, profes- sor of mathematics at the Co- lorado School of Mines at Gold- en andi a business consultant, will speak Wednesday before a combined meeting of the East- ern Iowa Purchasing Manage- ment Assn. and the American Production and Inventory Con- trol society. Dr. Woolsey's topic will be "Quick and Dirty Methods or Common Sense Is Better than The author of numerous papers on "Quick and Dirty Methods" and mathematical programming with special inter- est in integer and geometric Dr. R. E. Woolsey programming, he is the author of the "Quick and Dirty Manu- His education consists of a BA and MA in mathematics and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineer- ing from the University of Texas. The meeting will be held Wednesda'y at the Elmcrest Country club beginning at p.m. Kocher Art Shown in Pennsylvania College Robert Kocher, professor of art and chairman of the art de- partment at Coe college, has a one-man show in progress at Franklin and Marshall college, Lancaster, Pa. The exhibit includes fabric hangings produced by Kocher and his wife, Joan, and 15 felt- tip pen drawings. She's Handy MANILA, Philippines (AP) Policewoman Emma S. Henry is a former radio announcer who now directs traffic in Los Banos, south of Manila. Recent- ly she subdued three drunken teenagers molesting a young lady. Miss Henry also used to be an Asian karate champion. Feed the Birds Special Purchase! Braided Rugs 6.99 3.99 Reversible braided rugs in a galaxy of" colors including gold, rust, avocado, brown, red, blue. Surface content 100% nylon. Completely wash- able. Two sizes to choose from. Buy now and save! 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