Education: St. Paul's Fifth

Haughty Episcopal St. Paul's School (Concord, N. H.) is famed for its hockey players and austere headmasters. From its founding in 1855 until Rev. Dr. Samuel Smith ("The Drip") Drury died last February, it was headed by four successive churchmen. Since then its trustees have argued whether they should break precedent by appointing a layman rector. Meanwhile, Layman Henry Crocker Kittredge, son of Harvard's renowned Professor George Lyman ("Kitty") Kittredge, served as acting rector.

Last week the trustees made up their minds, appointed a fifth churchman, Rev. Dr. Norman Burdett Nash, 50,...

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