Education: Hat Passers

In Manhattan last week President Arlo Ayres Brown of small Drew University at Madison, N. J. (enrollment: 400), launched a campaign to raise $600,000 additional endowment during the next eight months.

In South Hadley, Mass., retiring President Mary Emma Woolley of Mount Holyoke broke ground for a new $250,000 chapel, reported encouraging progress in her current campaign for a $10,000,000 college fund. Same time, President Frederick P. Keppel of Carnegie Corporation observed in his annual report that the in come of private educational institutions had started on the upgrade from Depression.

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