Education: Youth's Story

If nostrums were riches, U. S. Youth would have plenty of spending money. Almost everybody but the younger generation itself has tried to tell Youth how to cure what ails it. This week Youth had its say about its own problem, and the diagnosis was shocking.

Youth Tell Their Story* is the voice of 13,528 Maryland youngsters (16 to 24) and the American Youth Commission. Director of the commission is broad-shouldered Homer Price Rainey, 42, who was a star halfback and pitcher at Austin College, Texas, became a college president at 31 (Franklin College, Franklin, Ind.) and headed Bucknell University for four...

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