Education: Abroad

In Holland. Fifty Americans were guests of the University of Leyden during a special "Netherlands Week for American Students." Distinguished Dutch scholars lectured in English. Among the guests: Dr. and Mrs. Frank Crane (famed Moralizer), Dr. and Mrs. Harry Pratt Judson (onetime President of the University of Chicago), American students from Oxford and Cambridge.

In Germany, authorities announced that at German universities matriculants numbered 60,748 in 1914, 89,346 in 1919. The number of women students (summer term) increased from 4,057 to 8,761 (for 1923). Leading German university enrollments: Berlin (founded 1809), 12,522; Cologne (founded 1388), 5,270; Frankfurt-am-Main (founded 1914), 5,032; Hamburg (founded...

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