Education: Times Have Changed

"They fired me for bringing in a couple of rattlesnakes and—and assaulting a teacher."—THE VARMINT, by Owen Johnson (1910).

A compact and mutually loyal little body is the Headmasters' Association of the United States. It meets every winter, often at some college. Last week it forgathered with President John Grier Hibben of Princeton.

Even more than when they were schoolboys, the Old Boys (i. e. graduates) of U. S. private schools wonder what their old-time "Heads," "Doctors," "Prexies" and "Kings" talk about when they get together. The newspapers told something of the...

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