Education: New Presidents

Amherst College, couched in classical traditions, announced last week its tenth president—Dr. Arthur Stanley Pease, for three years its professor of Latin. President Pease is not an Amherst man. He received his bachelor's, master's and doctor's degrees at Harvard. He taught at Harvard, Radcliffe and the University of Illinois before coming to Amherst. He is less of a liberal than Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, Amherst's eighth president; he is less of an administrator than Dr. George D. Olds, Amherst's ninth president. But, as a distinguished scholar, he fulfills the presidential needs of a small New England college.

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