Education: Unlisted Course

Smith girls, drifting into pretty Northampton for college's opening last week, found the place in a town v. gown stew. A. Burns Chalmers, the college's pacifistic Quaker chaplain, is host to a 27-year-old mathematical physicist, Schuichi Kusaka, born in Japan, newly appointed to the Smith faculty. Kusaka was in Northampton with the approval of the FBI, but some townsmen had found his presence unfair "to those who have died."

Town. Kusaka had been denounced by two American Legionnaires (Jeweler Edward John Gare Jr. and Dentist John E. Boland), supported by employes of the state insane asylum, members of the Hampshire County Grange,...

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