Education: Openers

On hundreds of campuses last week, students opened trunks, tossed their contents helter-skelter into closets. With some colleges already opening and others holding freshman week, enrollments were generally up, might set a new record. Newsworthy openings:

┬ÂUp in Webster Hall stood Dartmouth's President Ernest Martin Hopkins to tell his admiring students what has happened to the U. S. in the last two decades: "There has been an obvious retrogression.... In circumstances where loyalty to high idealism was imperative, we as individuals and as a people have compromised with...

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