Education: The Winners

The annual scattering of honorary degrees was just about done, and by last week the nation could boast of some 1,500 new doctors. A good showing was made by the generals, e.g., Clay, Hershey and Bradley, but this year Old Favorite George C. Marshall, in retirement on his farm in Leesburg, Va., was notable by his absence. Alltime Champion Herbert Hoover added only one more to his stock of 74 degrees. But Bernard Baruch ("I've given up receiving awards in public. I don't know how many I have") got none at all, and last year's top man, Ralph Bunche, dropped from...

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