Education: At Buffalo

As they go out to their country club to play golf or polo, the well-to-do of Buffalo pass a militant group of stone buildings to which they point with constantly increasing pride as the University of Buffalo. Not many members of the country club are alumni of the University. But in the past decade the University had increasingly entered the country club's consciousness, through the good offices of that potent Cornell alumnus-trustee, liberty-loan driver, reparations expert, friend of Owen D. Young, "double" of Governor Roosevelt, lawyer (Kenefick, Cooke, Mitchell & Bass)...

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