Education: Talk and Action

Last week a crescendo of war talk swept over U. S. campuses. Commencement speakers dismissed their graduates with words of alarm, caution, doom.

At Princeton, President Harold W. Dodds broke a long-standing tradition against commencement speeches by mounting the platform to announce: "The University pledges its full cooperation with our Government in its program of national defense, and promises that its whole organization, men, facilities and equipment, are again at its disposal as it may require them."

Fordham's President, the Very Rev. Robert I. Gannon, declared that his university was ready if necessary...

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