Education: In Chicago

Bitterly righteous was the wrath last week of Editor John P. Barden of the University ot Chicago's Daily Maroon. Accusing the Chicago Tribune of "unethical journalism," of "deliberate misuse of the freedom of the press," of bad taste, folly and falsehood, he said that the "world's greatest newspaper" could not be called a newspaper at all, but only "Colonel Gump McCormick's daily indignation was expression an of opinion.*

All this indignation was an eloquent undergraduate's reaction to the Tribune's Rev. John Evans, who, unique among U. S. religious editors because he often gets...

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