National Affairs: Disciple ?

Two leading citizens of Wisconsin, both of whom talk well, talked last week: John J. Elaine, retiring Governor, U. S. Senator-elect, dis- ciple of the late great, free-speech liberal, Robert M. LaFollette; Glenn Frank, President of the University of Wisconsin.

Governor Elaine called a tax catechism issued by one of President Frank's professors: "A hodge-podge of lies, half-truths and mis- representation." Thereupon, President Frank replied that the Gov- ernor's statement implied the professor should either retract, resign, or be removed. "As long as I am president of the university," said Dr. Frank, "complete and unqualified academic...

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