Education: Bookish Rollins

Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., is that State's oldest educational institute. Last week it celebrated its 44th anniversary.

At Rollins, literature is stressed nowadays. Its president, Hamilton Holt, a onetime editor of the Independent, is distantly related to the publishing Holts of Henry Holt & Co., Manhattan. Perhaps that is why the Rollins' celebration, last week, was in the nature of a literary forum. President Holt presided, assisted by Edwin Osgood Grover, "Professor of Books.''

Poems were read by Poets Cale Young Rice (Stygian Freight), Clinton Scollard (Epic of Golf, Songs of Summer),...

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