The Press: Editor Rowland

To be the editor of a great magazine is to possess a national, perhaps a worldwide, consequence. To be the president of a university is to take rank in a tradition that knows no limitation of time or country, to shed off personal sharpnesses in the dignity of scholarship. Some months ago Glenn Frank weighed these truths. Should he continue as editor of the Century? Or resign to become President of Wisconsin University? He chose, as many people are aware (TIME, May 25, EDUCATION) the latter course.

Last week his successor was...

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