Education: Alumnae Propaganda

A swarm of postal hornets buzzed out of Smith College President Herbert John Davis' mail bag. Smith alumnae wrote that they had been receiving postcards signed by "Elizabeth Royon, '35" of Cleveland, pointing out that the New York Times had declared for Roosevelt. What, they demanded, was President Davis going to do about such a use of the addresses in the Smith alumnae register?

President Davis, curious, put in a call for Cleveland. Alumnae General Secretary Florence H. Snow dispatched another round of cards, deploring the Royon propaganda. Meantime Miss Royon, secretary to...

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