Education: Fight for a Fortune

Last week two respectable gentlemen, trustees of a will, were in Winter Park, Fla. poking and prying about Rollins College's palm-studded campus, trying to dispose of a body—and $1,250,000.

The Rollins campus is really something. During the 21-year presidency of imaginative Hamilton Holt, Rollins' midway has blossomed with such sprightly sideshows as a course in Evil, a professorship of hunting & fishing, a tree-lined "Walk of Fame" paved with stones from the homes and haunts of the world's great, from Louisa M. Alcott to Christopher Columbus. Also, for all its eccentricities, it has been a sprightly school, with a lively interest in...

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