Education: Fagg to Northwestern

U. S. universities have been raided heavily since 1933 by Washington. Last week the tables were turned when Northwestern University robbed Washington of one of its most brilliant young men, 41-year-old Fred Dow Fagg Jr., who in seven months, as Director of the Bureau of Air Commerce, had transformed that division from an Administration headache to a smile.

It was a counterraid, for Washington had taken Dr. Fagg from Northwestern. A teacher of economics and law for 15 years—at Harvard, University of Southern California and the Institut fur Luftrecht in Konigsberg, Germany,...

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