Education: President Wilson

The Farmer-Labor Reconstruction League has an opportunity to apply its theories in the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College at Stillwater, and it is using the opportunity. One of its organizers, George C. Wilson, a former Townleyite, was appointed to the Presidency of the College by Governor Walter, who was elected to office last fall through the efforts of the League. Wilson, who has divided his days between North Dakota and Oklahoma, has taught in the schools of both states. In 1920 he was defeated for state superintendent of public instruction in Oklahoma,...

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