Education: Smoke at Madison

No bed of roses is the lot of a State University president. Potentially as colorful as Washington's great Governor Hartley-President Suzzalo fight (TIME, Oct. 18, 1926), or the breach between Michigan's Governor Green and President Clarence Cook Little (TIME, Feb. 4, 1929) is a situation which Wisconsin has been watching ever since young Philip Fox La Follette took the Governor's chair at Madison last January. Great is the fame of the La Follette clan as Progressives, as Liberals. And great, too, is the Liberal fame of eloquent Dr. Glenn Frank, whose translation...

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