Education: For Oglethorpe

"Father of Wisdom, Master of the Schools of Men . . . grant . . . that there may be no stain upon my stones, forever."—The Prayer of Oglethorpe University.

In one glorious afternoon last fortnight, Oglethorpe had the rare pleasure of wiping two hated stains from its pretty blue granite stones.

It was mid-afternoon when a street car rattled out Atlanta's Peachtree Street, stopped at the rolling campus which William Randolph Hearst gave to Oglethorpe (TIME, Aug. 6). The slender young man who stepped off was Nathan Yagol, instructor in Chemistry at...

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