Education: Browder at Yale

When Earl Browder, No. 1 U. S. Communist, talked at Yale last year, only 268 undergraduates turned out to hear him. But last week Comrade Browder had what pressagents know as "a buildup." Harvard, Princeton and Dartmouth had barred him. New Haven American Legionnaires had bellowed at tolerant Yale President Charles Seymour for not barring him. All this set the stage for more fun than Yale men had had since old George Gundelfinger issued his first tract (in 1923) on "Why the Bulldog Is Losing His Grip."

At Yale an hour before Mr. Browder was due at Strathcona Hall (capacity: 407) one...

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