Education: Report Card

¶ As president of Virginia's College of William and Mary, Vice Admiral Alvin D. Chandler, USN (ret.) has tried to make the easygoing campus a taut ship (TIME, Oct. 22, 1951). Last fortnight he announced that the governing Board of Visitors had ordered him to put tighter regulations into effect next fall. The new rules: no beer on campus, chaperons for every fraternity party, closer administrative control of student publications. Last week the students made public their answer to ship's discipline. In a special poll of the 1,700 undergraduates, more than half of the 1,165 answering indicated they would like to...

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