Education: Old Profs

The more venerable professors of Liverpool University last week grunted wrathfully. They were advised by their Chancellor, his Lordship the Earl of Derby, that those among them who had achieved the age of 65 would straightway be requested to retire. The old gentlemen were unanimous in protesting that, if the rule were to stand, pensions more adequate than the present ones should be arranged.


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