Education: Scholars Without Money

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In the paneled library of a huge, blue-shuttered Italianate villa on Baltimore's exclusive North Charles Street, ten grave, rich men sat down one evening this week for a long talk about money. Headed by Daniel Willard, and including among their absent members Walter Sherman Gifford and Newton Diehl Baker, their concern for the moment was not with the state of railroads, of telephones, of law or even of politics. As the Board of Trustees of Johns Hopkins University, it was their solemn duty to approve a plan of campaign which, when...

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