Education: Elevation of Suzzallo

One night four years ago, on a hill above the black water of Seattle's Lake Washington, gyrating torchlights shed their glow upon the heads and shoulders of hundreds of young men and women, undergraduates of the University of Washington. They were vigorously and visibly protesting against the enforced resignation of President Henry Suzzallo, who, the young men and women told each other, was being dismissed without a hearing from Washington by Governor Roland H. Hartley (TIME, Oct. 18, 1926). As Wartime wage umpire of the National Labor Board, President Suzzallo had...

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