The Corporation of Yale University
received and accepted the resignation of Dr. Hiram Bingham,
Governor-elect of Connecticut, a member of Yale's History faculty. "The
increasing burden of public duties," explained Dr. Bingham, thus
referring, as Woodrow Wilson had once to refer at Princeton, to his
election by the people of his state to the chair of Governor.
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