Education: Rumpus at Rollins

Hamilton Holt, beetle-browed onetime editor of the Independent, became president of Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. in 1925 and has since made it noted, by some estimates, for fuddling eccentricity, and by others, for pleasant liberality. Last week President Holt was in a squabble and Liberalism was the issue. He had ousted two professors, caused a third to resign. He was easing at least four others out. Two students resigned and others were vowing nevermore to return to Rollins College.

Against Classics Professor John Andrew Rice, onetime Rhodes Scholar, brother-in-law of...

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