Education: Jobless Little

(See front cover} In 1925 three young men, energetic and determined, were elected Presidents of three of the huger Midwestern universities. The educational world looked to them for dynamic administrations, shrewd innovations. Their average age was 41.

Today only one of the Three Young Presidents is continuing his post. He is President Glenn Frank of Wisconsin, one-time editor of the Century magazine and, with Alexander Meiklejohn, founder of Wisconsin's famed Experimental College. Of the others, President Max Mason of the University of Chicago resigned last...

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