Education: New Endowments

Lawyer Frank Billings Kellogg of St. Paul, Minn. thought he had erected his everlasting monument when, as U. S. Secretary of State (1925-1929), he fathered the anti-war pact which bore his name with that of France's late great Aristide Briand, and which was duly signed in Paris by 15 leading nations, including Japan, Italy and Germany. Ever since Mr. Kellogg's successor Henry Lewis Stimson made his abortive attempt to invoke the Pact against Japan in 1931, Mr. Kellogg's monument has seemed increasingly hollow. Last week, not as a Government official but...

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