Education: Yale workshop

Uneasy lie the heads that administer the funds of a college.

This fall, when the Harvard authorities came to the conclusion that the space occupied by Prof. George Pierce Baker and his famed school of dramatic technique, the 47 Workshop, had best be reconverted from studios to bed rooms, the Workshop closed for the year, Prof. Baker set off for a well-earned sabbatical, and the Crimson (undergraduate daily) scored the authorities for "polished neglect" of Prof. Baker and his work. Nothing notable in this situation—until, last week, adroitly timed as such things...

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