Education: Pupils in Prison

Last week Professor Alfred Marius Neilsen of New York University gave a lecture in a course on Modern Business. Students laughed long & loud at his jokes. They stayed half an hour after class to ask questions. Scores of them edged up to shake his hand, beg for more.

Professor Neilsen is able and popular but his students at N. Y. U. never behave like that. Last week's pupils were the 210 most intelligent inmates of New York's Sing Sing prison. Professor Neilsen's lecture on Business and the Weather was second in a series...

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