Education: Bad Bursars

With money a paramount subject at all colleges this year, pedagogs last week took special interest in the cases of two bad bursars.

At Bowdoin. Most U. S. colleges protect themselves by having their financial officers bonded, just as business houses do. Some colleges do not bother. Last week Bowdoin College at Brunswick, Maine was glad it had bothered. For the past six years Bowdoin's bursar has been John Coolidge Thalheimer, quiet and popular, a member of Delta Upsilon, who after graduation from Bowdoin became clerk under the college treasurer in 1923...

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