Education: Greeks' Week

Last fortnight U. S. college fraternities held their annual interfraternity conference in Manhattan. The delegates had a few headaches. Fraternities found it harder these days to fill their expensive houses, make ends meet. The burgeoning of new house plans in private Eastern colleges, the current revival of dormitory building in State universities made their own houses less dazzling. At Wisconsin, dormitories had gone so far as to take over a time-honored fraternity function: they gave their boys instruction in table manners.

Delegates' biggest headache, which they quickly fell to discussing, was disagreeable publicity....

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