Education: Class of '45

Big, blue-eyed Clarence Addison Dykstra marched up the Hill last week, smiling and waving to undergraduates. In his spacious, comfortable office, he stretched his long legs and relaxed. He was glad to be back as University of Wisconsin's president. But Dr. Dykstra, home in Madison from a year in Washington (Selective Service Director, Defense Mediator), knew better than most college presidents that he would find no isolation on his campus. In a nation under arms, colleges had new things to do, new facts to face.

Along Langdon Street (fraternity row), where undergraduate voices...

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