President Little

The President of the University of Maine resigned. "My action is in no way prompted by any unpleasant factors," he wrote, "but by the fact that I have been offered an opportunity to try, on a very large scale, the educational policies which the state of Maine has not as yet been willing to adopt. At the present time, the state of Maine is lacking woefully in its support of its state university. It has departed somewhat from an absolutely inadequate appropriation in 1922, but it is still far from realizing...

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