Education: German Enrollments

U. S. professionals who years ago sang Schnitzelbank in its native beergardens while learning the difference between Pilsener and Münchener and putting finishing touches on their education at Berlin, Heidelberg or Güttingen, were as interested as Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Columbia's president, in a report which he issued last week in behalf of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (of which he is also president). It was a report comparing pre-War and post-War enrollments in the German colleges. It could be tabulated as follows:

Pre-War Now Evangelical theology 3,875 2,100 Catholic theology...

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