Education: Cleveland Visit

Up to Cleveland's Public Hall last week rolled three chartered busses behind a shrieking police escort. Out piled 57 suntanned, knickered German boys, 43 demure German girls and four solemn teachers. They had come all the way from Berlin to spend six weeks in Cleveland's public schools. Blinking at photographers and staring at reporters, the educational mission, ranging in age from 12 to 18, filed into Public Hall to be greeted by Cleveland's boyish Mayor Harold Hitz Burton. At the door an unidentified young man created the first untoward incident, by handing out...

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