Education: Warm Work

Throughout the land last week, colleges named the faculties who would sit in summer session to teach earnest graduate students, roll up needed credits for delinquent undergraduates. As always, most were winter facultymen eager to pad out lean budgets by a warm month's work. A few, however, were notable pinch hitters called in from the world outside.

Most celebrated of these, U. S. Ambassador to Germany William Edward Dodd, last week returned to his University of Chicago classroom, opened a course on "Critical Moments in the History of the U. S. from 1763...

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