Education: Education Notes, Nov. 29, 1926

"Unique," "remarkable," welcomed Yale University's drive, just announced, for $20,000,000 to be entirely devoted to raising teachers' salaries and to research work—not one cent for buildings. Yale salaries since 1913 have increased 50%, living expenses 78%. Minimum increase of salary under the proposed budget will be $221,000. Yale has 32,000 living alumni, of whom the press noted three—Chauncey Mitchell Depew, '56, Arthur Twining Hadley, '76, William Howard Taft, '78—as in the forefront of the drive. But, as everyone knows, a University drive depends for its success primarily upon the wits, the...

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