Education: Frats

Volumes have been written to show that college fraternities are valuable institutions. Volumes more have been written to show that they are bad. A university president daring to come out flatly on college fraternities speaks more than volumes. Last week, President Max Mason of the University of Chicago spoke out in meeting: "If a fellow should buy a book in a course which he is not taking and should go back to his fraternity room, read it and think about it, he would be judged a queer fellow. And probably he would be....

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