Colleges: Giving Is Growing

Mrs. Stanley P. Jadwin's husband, a rich drug manufacturer who died in 1936, was a graduate of Columbia University. Her son, L. Stockwell Jadwin, was an honor student and track-team captain at Princeton who died in an auto accident shortly after his graduation in 1928. Before her own death last fall in her lifetime Brooklyn house, Mrs. Jadwin had decided to bequeath her fortune to a university as a memorial to both. Last week Princeton President Robert F. Goheen was able to announce that Mrs. Jadwin chose Princeton rather than Columbia for that memorial: a no-strings gift of $27...

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