Education: Essential Elements

Worthy of contemplation by U. S. students who must this month decide what courses of study they shall undertake during the coming school year, were words of Sir Frederic G. Kenyon, written for a conservative London quarterly and relayed to the U. S. last week by the discerning Living Age.

Sir Frederic was speaking of the

Classics a subject upon which

he may entertain a slight bias, he being director and chief librarian of the British Museum, a onetime (1917-21) President of the British Academy, a member of numerous societies and academies devoted to...

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