Education: Loyola's 17th

Every Jesuit college in the world periodically gets a new president, personally chosen in Rome by the "Black Pope''—the Jesuit General. Last week, for the 16th time, Loyola University in Chicago changed presidents. Rev. Robert Michael Kelley, S.J. was succeeded by Rev. Samuel Knox Wilson, S.J. who has been eleven years on Loyola's staff.

It is unusual, but not improper, for a Catholic family to give a child any middle name but a saint's. Five generations ago there was a Rev. Samuel Knox, a Scots Presbyterian minister who became president of Baltimore City...

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