Education: A Student Affair

For Rutland (Vt.) Junior College, founded 1946, the first three years had been bitterly hard. To begin with, the original $150,000 fund-raising campaign had fallen short by $60,000. Tuitions ($400 a year) failed to bridge the gap. Then the trustees asked the Rutland city council for help. That involved a referendum, but last week it was still a month away, and Rutland's 16-member faculty had not been paid since mid-March. Facing these facts, President Benjamin B. Warfield, a 44-year-old Navy veteran, went to the college books for figures. The college needed at least...

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