Education: Eastward, Ho!

No matter what his background or temperament, any man who succeeded Robert Hutchins as head of the University of Chicago was bound to run into special problems. Chancellor Lawrence Kimpton has been no exception. In just under six years he has gone far in returning the college to a normal four-year curriculum, favored the revival of football, thrown himself into such necessary activities as clearing the slums around the campus. As a result, many facultymen, whether they agreed with Hutchins or not, have missed the high excitement of his regime, and for one reason or another, some of Chicago's top...

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