Education: Nomination

At their tables in commons students of Reed College (Portland, Ore.) sat back after dinner for a pre-election political rally. A Republican, a Democrat, a Socialist, spoke their last-minute appeals. Then arose an individual immaculate in white tie and tails, wearing horn-rimmed glasses and a mossy beard, who had come in with the wife of Reed's waggish President Dexter Keezer. Introduced as "Dr. Myron K. Blackstone, fellow of the North American Institute for Political Research," he was recognized by sharp-eyed diners as Student Lamar Holt of New York, grandson of late, famed...

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