Education: Latin Schools

Headmastering a socialite day school is not always an easy job. Trustees, closer in touch than those of boarding schools, may have too many notions about running things. The parents and children may be more concerned with social life than with scholarship. Day schools are never very lavishly endowed, and when hard times come there is not much slack to be taken up. Last week, very much aware of these things, the headmaster of socialite Chicago Latin School for Boys announced "retirement" at the end of the school year.

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