Education: Useful Princeton

Princeton University is chartered privately, but it was known until 1896 as the College of New Jersey. Last week Princeton prepared to make itself as publicly useful as any State college might be. Governor Arthur Harry Moore asked the State Legislature during its last session to consider reorganizing the New Jersey government for economy. A Democrat, he was snubbed by the Republican legislators. Last week he removed the matter from politics. Mentioning "Princeton's unselfish devotion to public welfare," he wrote Acting President Edward Dickinson Duffield, invited Princeton's Department of Political Science and other...

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