Religion: Religion Notes, Dec. 24, 1923

At Northwestern University, President Walter Dill Scott announced a gift of $3,000,000 to establish Medical School from Mrs. Montgomery Ward, widow of the mail order merchant.

In Manhattan at Columbia University, was laid the cornerstone of a $1,000,000 School of Business building, to be completed before next year.

At Cambridge, Edward G. Wesson, a Harvard junior, wrote an article for the Gadfly, a "liberal" periodical, claimed that all his fellow students fall into one or another of four groups— "high level actives," "low level actives," "resident miscellanies" and "nonresident workmen." The "high level...

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